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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                j V i THE EVENING RE ESTABLISHED SEPTEMBER 1908 II GOMPERS KETCHELL LOSES TO BILLY PAPKE Taken Otf His Guard by His Whirlwind Opponent KNOCKED OUT IH THE TWELFTH Brutal Contest at Jim Jeltrless Pa vilion at Los Angeles Ends In De feat for Michigan Colma OWen the and Abe Attell Fight TwentyThree to a Forces But Attell Shows Clever ness In Los Ketchell of former middle champion of the was knocked out in the twelfth round at Vernon arena by at who Is now middleweight ohamplon of the Both men entered the ring In appa rent perfect condition and neither had ever been knocked Ketohel had a decision orer Papke in a previous ten round When James the referee called time and Ketchef walked to the center extndlhghls hand for the shake four Times within 1Kb next Papke knocked Ketchel to the for the count and from his first knock down Ketchel never really recovered his He was a defeated struggling front twenty blows In the face and yet he came back and stayed with a terrible And for at least three rounds he held his own with the victo rious When Ketchel stepped to the corner for the second round It was seen thai his right eye was At the Intermission his seconds lanced tho eye and slacked the but Ketcnnl never regained the sight of his right In the third Ketchel showed his beat form when he forred Papke through the In the last round Ketchel seemed out and the so saved him just as he was knocked through the Another minute fin ished with Panke almost as strona as when he entered the Ketchel was carried to his dressing Both eyes were swollen Into great black puffs and completely His lips were cut and swollen to several time their normal Religious Mania Causes Cornelius age of Bast died from Injuries he received when he was attacked and beaten by John Rosser who suddenly became Insane while on his way to be Ros serman Jumped from a buggy In which he was driving and running across lot to akers mace attacked and beat POLITICAL SPEECH IS NOT DELIVERED Gannons Opponent Is TAFT EN ROUTE TO CINCINNATI Scatters Speeclies and Smiles Along the Way MAKES VISIHUAYES HOME PRICE 2 CENTS PSR COPT HOPE FLED SUICIDE Papko Ignored the hatod and sailed Into the Michigan man with the flery Impetuosity which entitled him to be called the The fight was1 practically over a minute and Nathaniel Jaker and John He a hammer When Cornelius went ie aid of the others he also was Rosserman also compelled Baker to pray and sing under threats of Butts is In a critical Gom president of the American Fed oraIon of opened his campaign asjinsl the reelection of Joseph as a member of the national of representatives when he i oie the labor celebration In this If you wish to defeat C the labor leader said in con hs you will have to TO Tor a man who Is here listening 13 ihK this reference to the opponent of Speaker fiompera quit the there were cries from the portion of the audience for The labor leaders who had Mnreebration in to allow Bell to mount the despite fact that the Dem erratic told Gom pers that he would be glad to address the Incidentally Gompers took occa slon to hls respects to Sher nan and Theres a glorious triumvirate I ou people here love Cannon much youll bedoing the American eople a great favor by keeping him t the worse enemy of or ranized labor In the United States twenty seconds after the gong soundoondmon from the effects of the Inju From that time on It was merely received In the Rosser a question as to as to how long Ketchel would Papke tore into Ketchel With the undefeated i lifted off man Is confined In the Adams county Jail at We still have considerable goods left from stock bought by Sheriffs fomerly owned by Speer which must go at once to raise money to pay what we borrowed to buy the Prices cut lower than 1 10c red and blue BOc working 50c dress 75c dress 48c 25cblack and brown smashed to BOc caps smashed Canvas gloves Mens working 25c fancy hose bows and tecks Ladies pocket books Mens Mens worth Shavlng brushes Razors at Razor strops Ink 2 Clarks 3 CARRIERS INDORSE MEYERSPEI PROJECT State Convention Declares tor Postal Savings Banks General Meyers advocacy of the pos tal savings banks and parcels post re ceived strong indorsement the letters carriers of Pennsylvania at was one of varied travel by autoi tnelr convention In this They Democratic National Committee In Conference Today at Chicago Wlth Candidates Bryan and Western Trip Being Planned for Bryan for Fin ney of Ohio Makes Arrangements for a Lively Campaign In That LeadlnB SpeakersWill Taft has begun bin Journey to Cincin where he will arrive this even1 ng after a speechmaklng trip through i the The Taft family were quarj tered last night at the home of Edward a college friend of the can feature of which mobile and trolley was the visit Czar1 Children Kill There were ilxtyslx suicide cases In this city ast A largo proportion of that number were working girls between UM ages Of eighteen and twentyfl Short Plight by Orvllle 1 Wright MORE CHARGES MADE Makes Debut as a the homo and tomb of the late Presi dent Rutherford Hayes at Spiegel near Here the party were the of Colonel Webb The Importance politically of meeting to be held In the theater here today has been accentuated by the as surance that Herrlck will speakon the of the guar declared that both would benefit the common Former Assistant Postmaster Gen eral and Senator Penrose were thanked for their Just consldera tlon of postal Th asking that substitutes for regular carriers absent without pay bo paid wages and that thirty cents an hour be paid for va auxlimry and clerical were assistant superintend ent of predicted that the In coming congress give carriers thirty daysleave of A resolution was adopted asking for compensation for mounted The secretarys report showed a gain df eleven thirteen hav ng Joined and two dropped Thft gain of membership Is There are now ninetyfive branches in the with a membership of following officers were electee for the ensuing year Rich ard Qulnn pf Philadelphia vice Scully of Plttsburg James Kavanagh o Scranton Hess o Berwick delegateaflarge to the na tional Geqrge Halm o The nsuct convention will be Hlnehart Case Productive of further Scandalous by District Attorney Staggers that an effort had been made to in fluence him to pigeonhole the Indict ments against tor mer cashier and vice president of the Farmers and Drovers National bank of this and a statement by Rlneharts attorneys that threats had been made to hang the members of any Jury that would acquit their client were the sensational features of opening of court when the first case of forgery against Rlnehart was called before Judge Richard S Holt of who Is sittinghere for Judge The latter IB a relative of Rlnehart and was promi nently connected with the closed In After hearing lengthy arguments on a motion to postpone the case until the next term of court Judge Holt an nounced thai he would render his deci sion the jopenlng of court at 9 oclock this H is regarded as significant that the Judge ordered at torneys for both sides to appear In court ready to proceed with the case If his decision is adverse to the there1 Is considerable feeling here that the case will be postponed WIFES LETTER IS LAST STRAW ter control of the machine than tnms previous The flight made at dusk and lasted nftyfour Wright did not remain in alf longer because the levers for control line the planes and the rudder were working to his 37c 17c One lot of Lasjlespnd Childrens Shoes will go at this pairs Shots from up to your choice at 39C Fear Qlgantlc greatest railroad strike ever seen in England is forecasted In opening session here today of the Trades Union congress at which delegates rep resenting English workmen are fa The sentiment for a strike of all railroad employes In the United Kingdom Is most Attell and Moran San champion featherweight of and Owen lands premier boxer In the same divi fought a draw battle at the Colma openair arena in the presence of about The battle lasted twentythree and at Its con clusion Referee Jack Walsh unhesitat ingly grasped both lads by the signifying that the flghc was a Workman Berlin Prledrlch a carpenter of Upper Palat been notified through the Bavarian legation at Petersburg that he Is heir to In on which hetakes the ground that such guarantee would be another form of General Kelfer wil speak on the tariff and General Henry Corbln Is also scheduled Jor re Judge Taft will begin here th political he Is to throughout the Bryan Confers With of th Democratic committee met Informal at headquarters and talked of the out look for the Democratic Today whole committee will meet and held in Johnstown on labor day nex KNOX IN AUTO CRASH Senator Narrow Escape From In jury In ator Philander Knox ot Pennsylva nia had a narrow escape from serious injury while returning from EvlanLes Bains to Geneva by automobile Sena tor Knox wasaccompanied by his son and the latter also escaped with a few bruises and torn The mishap occurred while the auto Reproaches Drive ManjoSuiclde HAD NO M NEWS FDR HER Pathetic Letter From Loving Wife Left In Discloses Iden tity of Man Found Dead of Some Subtle Poison In Mills Hotel In New York Made Previous At tempt In Church Rectory But Had Been Restrained by Two Loved Ones at Home New man who had represented himself to be Ov once a cancer specialist of committed suicide la Mills hotel 3 by taking some subtle the nature of which could not be and It has been learned hat the suicide Is the same man who ast Saturday night tried to end his ife In the rectory of the church of the Holy Innocents In West twentyBW treet Two priests at the rectory saw he man trying to cut hU throat with i and held him until a detective 1 In establishing the fact that the mil and the man who take bis ife In the church rectory were the samb person a tragic story re After being prevented from taking his life on Saturday the who said his name lie uiiaunfcr ww mobile was proceeding along a narrow road at a good rate of Passim over a soft the machine aklddet delegates were entered unhurt and his who man aged to banquet last IN BRIEF the talk over campaign plans with Bryan and are being swing through the western states during October and It Is not he may Clark national commltteeman from held a conference with Bryan ajid Chairman Conditions In the south were Howell said This talk of Taft carrying Georgia and other southern states Is Bryan Is just as popu ever was and he tmSIATE age was drowned clay pit filled with water at which destroyed three business houses here Is believed to have been the work of David Tod declare he will be a candi date for governor at the endof the next Tod IB a grandson of the late Governor Ohios war to walk fram Cleveland to his home in Fort because he had no money to pay car Fred age fell exhausted He was sent on by Declaring him self one of the best minstrel and vaudeville men In the show In tow by the Jump from the was only slightly bruised about the arms and shoulders The automobile was extricated from the ditch with difficulty and It wa found to be so badly damaged that could not be Accordingly 1 was taken to from plac it will be shipped to Parjs for who has been forced to temporarily abandon his automobile left for f 223 mens shoes mens shoes 17 mens shoes mens Everything Must Go Nothing Held Back tiwsouthern states but he will receive the popular vote as well in that sec I tlon and with majorities aa large as in j former W L chairman of the Dem ocratic state committee bf called at headquarters and arranged with Na tional ghalrman Mack to mticea lively campaign in and the natloWU com mittee will arrange speaking dates for judge Alton Congressman and Other speakers of West Virginia Row Up NeW West Vir ginia governorship which Is of so much concern to the Republi can national committee because of the possVble Illeffect upon the national ticket if it Is not settled so as to unite the two factions of the will be taken up by Chairman Hitchcock The refusal of Judge Goff to accept the nomination If REMEMBER THE B Si B new suits for boys One of the widest fine Suns ever in the The absolutely finest and best school or general wopl Suits to elegantly tailored Assortment that plainly shows a seasons advancement in every detail from fabric to The Five Dollar Suits are handsome AllAyooT rough Blue of Mixes add to his nu merous troubles Olga Stelnke of Toledo has sued for divorce and ali mony who is in the county Jail here charged with assault ing his own Ne age was shot and killed by his brother age fifteen while they were shooting at The older brothers gun was discharged by the trigger catching on a excur slon traliv boundfor Mooslc lake ran Off the tracks onthe Dunmore and Mooslc lake railroad and two oars were In Jin Ing thirty pas None of the injured was seri ously Sept an nual convention pf the Select caatle of the Ancient Order of Knights of the Mystic Chain Ijegan here Gov ernor Stuart and Mayor Meals wel comed the Sept Dep uty sheriffs are searching for Bruce Nuzum in Wlrt who suddenly became Insane and burned the iehl dence of John He was recently from an where he was Brooks of confessed to f the priests the causes which to attempt such a rash He he toseek he leftW family In andthat It JU their bufferings that had made life Despondent Man t Daniel a hotel f who had been called In toy the accompanied Brooke to the Mills hotel and paid for a room for him toftv two The priests gave some money to pay his living and believed they had out of his desire to commit f When the police learned that mart who registered at the Mills hotel as C of had suddenly supposedly of hemor rhage the coroner j The Investigation led to the of letters whichwere Ing proof iri theraselres that killed himself and the coroner firmed this conclusion by stating he found traces ofpoison on thejlps of the One letter rssds foi 110 Main St Next to Mathers1 ls the national committee they still hope that some settlement of the contro versy along that line may be The purpose of such arrangement la not to compel the two factions to harmonize thoir but to cut with the precision and exact harmonize thoir differences But to that marks all our Boys bring about a suspension of hostilities ness that martcs until afterthe presidential It nnor CUH UU t Look ipr the Big Red Sheriffs Sign that marks ished fa other details not bwt high pnced Clothing with a dressy to tftm ihe o np necewary for schwlbmts moat for aiscimifccu num j had been sent following an attempt to kill Fulls Hamden thur Williams of Sept Wellston drew his Ce lows v My Own Your letterand postcard written Tuesday received this i morning and as you may well Jmajf Ine their contents havo f S Alexander accompanied by Charles made a suc two weeks pay fiom the Alma ment company and went home and se creted the under the carpet Later while he and his wife were oul picking peaches a sneak thief entered and carried off the Herr Of Sandy Perry acci dentally shot and killed himself at the home of James a The men had been pitching quoits and Herr noticed a which he picked Sick of Hope I shall simply go crazy Jfyour letter dbesnt bring something In tha way of There Is enough morphine here to allvand IfI become much more despondent I shall tpke It and take the children with Murderess and suicide will he ful things to say about but I wou4 ratHer be dead than Hye Uke I had so hoped to hear something f couraglng from you not havl anything and this letter f fore me Is not pitcujated certainly to keep a wdmens heart and but rather to sell her body for a few clothes and to write dear husband and only the SLW Vyliai f cessful ascension In the balloon Mead ville last The balloon took a southeasterly direction and was re aggre nauts intended staying In the air until j gating tons Erie high school building at Lundys Lane about twentyfive here until after1 the presidential would mean a postponement of the contest between the two It Is not there Han be an abso lute adjustment pf differences at this time and members of the com mittee expect that the fight for HIJ oreuiaoy would be renewed before the has been destroyed by The blaze was of an Incendiary the to arrive at the scene of the fire find ing unmistakable signs of kerosene oil that had been poured the en The directors of Wk Creek In which Lundys Lane is sit have offered a reward of Well Chamberlains Cholera ana Diarrhoea Remedy Is well For pains in the cramp colic and It has no For up and in some unknown manner dis the bullet striking him In the iianH have Just been booked by the Midland Steel company and as only tons of Iron remain in the yards the big blast furnaces will be placed In operation aa Boon as Improvements are This Is ex pected to be accomplished within a Firemen were called to Seventh avenue and Giant rtreet to rescue a cat whtoh had been on the roof of a house for two days and whose criesof distress had aroused the The cat welcomed the firemen eagerly and accompanied them side of neednl ment on letter when you but Just brace up and do something so we may see our way to be I know I must iove you whether I to or Nothing but love would have made me stick to you I The thought of your having outdoors almost drives me Vour Written on the back of the were these words I dont feel SB bad as I I wrote this Read J will write a better vn 5 Cheer will noon he f Graf Barbour shot andWHfd HeraeJ age visitor at to the engine where she will be kept by the to act on a strange that atay at home is responsible for Oforge a Cleveland theI Of some souvenir and yowna Wi tared the bouse and l a out warning be   

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