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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                I THE EVENING RECORD i t r r I ESTABLISHED itft 9BPTBMBBtt SEPTEMBER RETURNS PL WILLIAMTAFT OHIOANSMAY Mi jmiBHEY Til CIHCIIIIATi Train Will Stop at Station for Taft From Vtrmont and Comfort Him Chorful rlowv From Parker From Tour Bringing Qowt for tho people of Ohio will be flrat opporU of the campaign to MO and hoar Republican tor presi Chairman Hitchcock of the Re publican national an iounced that when Taft goes from gaoduikr to Cincinnati on Tuesday next the candidate will meet the peo ple at all polnta where stops are by the Big Four are being arranged br chairman ofthe state com mltteejor Taft will lea Ye Sandnsky at The train stops at ail ataUoiti between Sandusky and Carer and at about a dozen points between Cany and where the arriving time is Tams Blxby of Paul rlslted Rf publican headquarters and declared that be Minnesota will gire Taft pluralityandthat Jacob the Republican candidate for gov will defeat Johnson by a close Blxby Is editor of the Paul Pioneer Middle Bass Neither General Corbln nor Representative would comment for publication today on the Foraker Incident at with the exception of the general admission that tha meeting between the candidate and tne senator was brought about with out the previous knowledge of Indicating that the Republican situation generally might have been Improved If the Vermont majority had been less waa made by Judge Taft Analyses Vermont The he are In round numbers the majority which nearly what it was In 1904 and equal to what it was In It is an Indication that there is no undercurrent agalnit the Republican party and there Is no trend toward such a radical change In the opinion of the electorate is tial to success In Novem It would perhaps have been bet from the standpoint party if the majority had beeo less In order that the danger of over A Fire Insurance Ghat by Gillespie When It Comes to Paying Any Company has ability to collect but not all companies that collect premiums have ability to pay Did you ever stop to think that some day your fire policy may become a Bill May become a dratt on the company for the face not for five tomorrow But Property owner you want to know that when that iay your Fire Insurance Company will be there with the Why Take Get The Insurance That Insures GILLESPIE OR THE CONVENIENCE OP OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place In the bank for private letter writing or other business Thin room la for ypur free Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our flreproof rent for a low A safe place for valuable 5 Saturday Specials Childrens Suits Sizes 3 to 7 Your Choice at ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier confidence might be lessened among the The vote in Vermont Is much more significant as one cast under normal conditions than will be the vote In Maine next because It is understood that the peculiar local situation there this year prevents a reduced Republican majority there hav ing national James Oarfleld and Oarfleld reached here After a confer ence it was announced that Secretary Oarfleld would put In four days on the stump iti Parker Prom the New Judge IN TRUNK Husband Is Held on Murder Charge SLEW HER IN QUARREL Body up to mm HIS AEROPLANE IN MISHAP where he mnde several speeches for William Ji conferred over an hour with National Chairman Mack at Democratic national PJans for a speaking campaign In the by Parker In the Interest of the Democratic ticket were A report circulated today was to the effort that the former Democratic pres fdentlaj candidate might be nominated for governor of this state Mri Par ker bad nothing to say regarding the Atf to Democratic prospects generally Parker said he was prised at the show of early Democratic strength In the I visited Washington and said and every where there a surprising growth of sentiment for the Democratic I talked with many who told me they were going to support the Democratic Homegave some I met an Ohle who told me that lie was seriously considering supporting theticket on the ground that he want ed to maintain the status He said day night in a at theli thatwith Bryan Inthe and a Republican senate nothing could be done and everything would go on In business Just the Catnpalpn Fund Bryan has sent a cheek for to Governor HaskeU ot iit the Democratic nationalcom The check represented ceipts over In the Com moner office from July 14 to He also sent a check for J320 as the receipts from fiftyninecontributors to the campaign satisfied with the recep tion aeqorded him and the reports of the William candidate for arrived here and proceeded nt once to MTfUYEO BY SUSPICIOUS JEHU i i Boston Police Obtain Confessioi 1 From Wretched Man nwet crime committed in Boston In four waa the discovery ot the torso of Honorah age of Som in a trunk In a boarding house at 7 Hancock street on Ueacon Thcr bead and bones of thn Were found la the furnace ot Jordan and the hair and other taken from kitchen OWiter an ot la for the murder and ofMcsrs has Aeoerding accldemUlly killed bis jt beeomlng dssperate over what he had he weot W and bought a butcher knife and out up the body and placed the torso In a He then planned to take the steamer Harvard for New torti and throw the itaway On one of steam ers add throwing the parts overboard and then reporting to the police the tact that bis wife had left according to his Hfent but and bought a heavy butchers cuttinglip With this and a hack law be severed the head from the body and after putting tha scalp and hair in the kitchen range placed the skull In the furnace In tha The legs and arms were cut from the body and the flash sliced op In leaving the bones of the limbs practically The were placed In the furnace and the chunks of flesh piled Into a trunk with the The trunk was taken to the Somervtlte station and shipped to to Deputy At torney Qeneraf Cunningham baa given ah opinion which determines a very fine questhMi which arose in the busi ness of the state board of undertak whose function is to see that all undertakers gra licensed as required by the recent acts of It ap that In Greene firm of Huffman Son has been engaged in the business BRIEF From of York committed suicide In a room in a hotel by a was seriously burned when an alcohol lamp him on his work table The sight of his right eye was playing with a lighted newspaper the threeyearold daughter ot William Patterson of Belle Center Caught her dress In the flames and died from ptek tag corn on the farm of htr Attorney Sarah Adams run over by two horses sad a heavily loaded wagon ot corn and has stood thVabuse of her husband fer forty and could not bear up un der It in her declining Mrs Isa bella Myers brought for divorce from Nelson a result j of the accumulation of funds MAKES IN STEERING o i tnf In Philadelphia banks i but neither the head of the firm nor the demandloaWwfrmtrturi his ion licensed 1 hoy down by loading L ikiAlo amn1sttr a mslfl whd ft M writs First Rigut Ends Abruptly WGHINE DAMAGED In tot at Pert fullt yndsr With the United qtaftf Meets j Wth Un familiarity With Ohaitflt Flight After One ef the Aloft Minute and fen Wright a flight iff his aeroplane at rort making of the drill grounds i f have in their employ a man who Is a regularly Messed w Harvard was laid btf owltfg toan mcci his plans and he was obliged to hire a hackman to take the trunk to a Boston boarding Discovered by The discovery the crime was due to the suspicions of the Jatnea who had In mind the numerous Uken mlstnk Collins reported that he had taken the trunk from the North it me iruuK iruui IUB a fit of pas having come In from Somerville on a who hadbeen hav iocai The hackman said that Ing an argument with his Kllsa beth Greeni threw a lighted keroseae lamp at Inflicting what may prove to be fatal Greens body found near his home in Ross His throat was Instltatloas of the city from SH to I per on the Ohio Driver between Galllpolls and Cincinnati for the first time In five river clal acts ailow a flrri of the composed of The regu wi in this Instance exactly COL NEYIUS CHOSEN COMMANDERINCHIEF trwd tin Tutu SUwti about a big steam and hot waUr from Pandora coai Susan McMahaay of Lojalhanna stumbled into the seething pit and Was scalded to age carpenter em by the Lehlgb and Coal company al Sugar while from a box at ot fitft 11 ost balance arfd fell 900 the met Instant Danlrt who placed In Jail on a charge of falling to a tax aasessed against him In It being proved that he was a resident of Cox had spent a month in due to a blunder of a tax col having fired two Into the ol SUinko Chamos homo In Michael Knott and Mlchaer Charles age wife of a banH committed suicide by turning on the gas and She took her flfteenmonthsold baby with heir Into he left Jordan and the trunk at T Hancock Sergeant Crowley was sent to Jordan was not In but the officer was shown the back room on the second which Jor dan had find found the In a short time Jordan returned and was commanded to open the Jordan did not appear nervous or but hesitated to open the trunk and It was not until after con nrteenuioninBoia nauy witu tuw the Intending It should die with slderable argument that he produced frtA VAV tn onn InanrrAfi It When discovered the child was alive and will The woman bad been Treasurer Sheata has received a check for from the Pennsylvania Railroad company as a part payment on Its capital stock time ago a similar check wail making an even million paid by the the key to the trunk and Inserted it In the Turning his Jordan threw up the cover of the trunk and then sank back on his burying his face In his hands and i Sergeant Crowley staggered at the for In the trunk lay a mass a filling the greater part of the while pieces ot flesh from other Henry NeVlus of waa elected of the Qrahd Army of The election occurred on first which gave Nevfus 454 com pared with 254 tor former Governor Van Sant of Minnesota and 90 for Dlckanon of On motion of the former executive the nomination of the New Jersey man Look strikers in the Mountain was made Other officers were arrested by the Dunmore were chosen as follows Senior vice chambli a1 nonunion man working Kent Hamilton of Ohio atthe junior Vice Royce Y a result of a practical joke at the American Bridge company works at Ambrldge age twentyfour and is Fellowworkmen applied a compressed pump to him and thought nothing more of the this Is the sixth case of Its kind In the The man said to be the of chaplain In of Tennessee surgeon in Tannehill of Stebblnf of Alabama a fight for junior vice commander onj the groundthat the with its graves of Union dead to care should be represented on the na tional Scott of retiring Junior command declared that represent ed by Spence among the na tional had every raasoB to b9 He expressed his approval of the selection of the officers from wide ly separated the The selection of a city for the next encampment will be made uaKtuH wnne pieces 01 nesn iroai uiuoi i enpampmeci win company on account of the settlement partg the were gtuffed into although the weight of sentiment so made by Auditor General tne The entire interior of the trunk wasspattered with ssss was no covering over the Jordan submitted to arrest without He declared the body in the trunk was that of his wife and said he was willing to tell everything cencern Ing the For more than four hours Jordan was closeted with the police and went Of first importance Ul over the While professing nrtirn are Suits that he was dazed when the Boys Spbool attire areeuus t by strong Suits hlg tale u geemea that moat neatness and Style have not careful plans had been laid for the been sacrificed for of the body and the covering fi i ifio oriiuOi We have JUSt SUCh OUltS for Boysrough and tumble usage and with a B B boys school suits far expressed Is In favor of Salt Lake that city is certain to meet with It is stated that stories that Atlanta was after the encamp ment this year had been set afloat by unauthorized persons but the retiring commander declared that when Atlantas new auditorium was com pleted next year that his city would make a decided bid for the honor of entertaining the Colonel a native of New Jer was studying law with the late Russell Alffer of Michigan joker waa arrested and will be held for Grain Market Sept on the exchange today advanced nearly 2 cents frpm low point of the session owing chiefly to confirma tion of enprmous sales of flour at Min neapolis All of the advance was riot but the market closed strong with prices up KOft to ttlso WM huoyant and closed at net gains of tt to Oats and provisions showed moderate gains September options closed flttsburg 3 yellow 26 Ohio light market trols Is the ttonand was compelled ttt 4 in ordw to running lilto The encircled i grounds onW and halfway around I the fieldWhen the The waa in for minute and fifteen J t Orville Wrlsfet at work nil v preparing for Tbf Starting i apparatus tested shortly 5 ocloclj aeroplane V was wheeled acrossrthe 4rlU to parting Over an homp was then consumed In testing motor arranging f i c Atf oclock shotV out the single track continued to travel along the ground on A twenty when Wright turned planes upward the machine gradually from the i directed ward end of the where n gtacfful turn was for turn k Turning the Wright continued on i the second Just as machine started to make the turn for sec end return trip It was setn to dnrt down to in front of t There Waa ntj at that end ot the and crowd ran pellmell he cheering general impression Mi Wright had descended di rectly In front of tontwheij aeroplane la I pulled the lever tbe wrong he and the turned the direction of those wood I therefore had1to bring the machine down to rather The mistake was due to r change have made Is the position ot the operator on the which I have not become thoroughly Tha damage could be paired within a few hours it had material If I bad not mads mistake In turning I would prob ably have made sefiral elrcln around SCO OF GLYCERIN MAKE ONE EARTHQUAKE Wasir of Steamboat Causes Ei light hundred ot which was being sent by boat by the Marietta Torpedo company to Hunt ington to be used in the ol sell Alger of Michigan inajk4 fW nw twenty war broke out and enlisted froin tnlg clt Two with tha tidy f 470 o whole lot more Style OReilly and orns was n om the price WOUld Ordinarily He did not know what his wlfAB vraa what hull Jordans Story of ths He stated that he was married In to Honorah whose maiden name OReilly and whose was In Som Boys All Wool Double B r 6 ft st 6 UL Sciiool wifes first husband was or what had become of The couple went on the vaudeville Jordan taking the a tramp and bis wife that of a in a They went first to years flrsb to years range patterns but or four and colors 4 a new Fail Sty but or four plain Blue or Later to Chicago and ap and knees Pwed In of smaller theaters that state with the Lincoln tidy Nevlus rose to commission with the bulls II94TB Seventh Michigan and the common to York cavalryregimentsarid lost HO4 good fresn cows ana an arm In front of Fort Stevens when the Union army was engaged with General Colonel be sides being twice department com mander of New has been a judge and presidont of New state The womans relief corps elected WL oillmtn of common to and light and market Prime good fair culls and clipped spring veal hanvy and 10 decks to So remaining thrfe About three ago they returned to Som ervllleand took a flat In the house at 509 Medford f according to her tp drlnklnic of WM with he ft below this Injured and several slightly Four houses were almost com pletely wrecked and several badly George who had of boatload of had ashore for bin tearing a red signal which overturned by the waves ot a passing f light ignited sawdust in which tht glycerin packed MlMh explosion Randolph wid who occupied saved by ii i In tltM light T 1 In the cramp colic and It haa nq For sale by u Ingiha way and of htlr badly Several Runs containing Walter Qrtmto qf tka Fuller ran away on Mil of this throwing both occupants ot car to the Ortajth fitally Injured wd   

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