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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                STATE ISSUES BLAMED STATE OF MAINE ELECTSFERNALD CAMPAIGNS a wealthy was struck and Instantly killed by an Erie the third charged with having fatally shot Frank was captured hiding In a woods near Peo ples Gas company struck another big gas well on the Kllngensmlth farm near The well registered 325 i enth biennial convention of the Broth erhood of Locomotive Firemen and I Englnemen is In session here with I about 300 delegates i fifth an nual reunion of the Sixteenth Regl Pennsylvania of the SpanishAmerican will be held liere on j i Mahanoy with Joseph a former saloonkeeper at near PATE DE F01E This Chosen Reduced Plurality DEMOCRATS MAKE BIG GAINS To Local Issues Is Ascribed In Complexion of can Vbie Shows Loss of Six Per While Democratic Vote Bxhlblts a Gain at Thirtytwo Per Four Republican Con grertmen Said to Have Been Suc on Septi Re publicans have carried Maine by about as against n attacked his wife with a stab the last presidential year and K OC4 In blng her so seriously that she cannot Returns from 460 out of 619 Palatus is in Governor Stuart as commanderlnchief pf the national guard of Pennsylvania has accepted an Invitation to have the state trpops participate In the found ers ceremonies next t a civil war age was j found dead beside Polk creek the outskirts of this city shortly liter having received his pension The body bore wounds sup ised to have been inflicted with a ub near Jake Pennegar arrdited pending the coroners Prather hai decided the Injunction ease by dairymen to restrain the Meadville board of health from requiring thi tuberculin test as a guarantee of I wholesome The decision dicsdves tho preliminary in junction BustolnB on every point the of health and about 2 500 The n rV places the oofti on the Ia the smallest In a pi CincinnatiJ dential year In 25 eis Reed of an Elk and T1e two parties apt even Fearful Cruilty That Makai Dainty To the ordinary man woman no 1 eotUMptlou of tintorture to which the unfortunate KUOSO I put could I iosslbly be j geese when about nine months I are taken from tinpastures and I In ad underground where slanting itone slabs stand In and are bound fast to the ta They ure literally wings and bodies aro spread out und bound by so that only neck Is left As may the animal struggles with all its might against this stretching after of valny endeavor to free Itself from the bands and Its Us powers of resistance arc and rt dull broken only by Its most of the flghtlug has been done by low takes possession of Two months must pass away before death brings The animals are meanwhile crammed with dumplings made of doueh of chestnuts and stewed 8tl11 Every two six times a thoy receive from three to five dumpling which In time become Because of Urgent Messages fo State Convention INSISTING UPON HUGHES 1 Ji i y Secretary of State Root feefuaes ta Betrsy His Chief by Becoming Can didate for Republican Domination for Governor of New WARMING Probably Have the If He I Between cTiafiler and I tho conclusion of a day ot participated In by practically all of the stale the nebulous conditions surrounding the nomination by the Democratic state convention of a can didate for governor took definite form and the problem Is declared to have been reduced to a choice between Lieutenant Governor Stuyvesant Chan who Is being urged by State Chair man William and Justice EXCHANGESHOTS Would Accept Now N7 York siirrSfe as rsaAryj Convention Meets This natlon of Governor Charles Hughes by the Republican state coriventlon at many The race seems to have resolved Itself into a contest between the up its session afternoon lieems tlie probable outcbme of a battle in which are declared to be strongly in favor of and the Tammany delegates with their alliances throughout the who the Nostone has been left the unturned by the wib desired and still desire to prevent the gover to accomplish his times it seemed as if they had reached some Roosevelt Starts Between Rival Candidates OLD ISSUES ARE DRAGGED OUT Candidate Taft Draws Attention to Measures Once Advocated by Bryan and Now Record and Bays Roosevelt indorse Bryans may be and Bryan professes to be the great mend of and yet he Was one of the chief supporters In the passage of the GormanWilson that made labor helpless for He then proposed as a remedy for the disasters to which labor was then ex posed the issuing of a fiftycent which would have cut In half such wages as there Were dhdwould have led to the hardest kind of struggle on labor a part to restore Its wages to Us proper equivalent tinder the gold The country has been most fortunate tfcat the fallacy of Bry ans railroad proposition has been posed without the cost of putting tt into actual governmental and it will fortunate indeed If towns and plantations in the state gave for governor Bert Fernald of Poland and Obadlah Gardner of Rockmine the right moment for derfth land in 1904 the same Those who die of their own accord are places gave for Governor Cobb to the liver factory therefore a and for Davie kind of study Is needed to see when The missing which are cul of Is brimming full and four years ago cast Republican tljl ls rile for The bod votes and The Relcs of such ripe ongrt are like pump publicans carried all four Where ordinarily angers are al districts by about the usual in flesh anU fat nothing but Amos L Allen being reelected Rkiu flud bone nre The livers in the Hrst and Burlelglh In the all the strength and while John Swaseywas cho3uIceSl sen to succeed Charles Llttlefield In the second and Frank Guernsey succeeds the late Llewellyn Powers In the fourth Thfc legislature be safely Republican in both u IM LIUIU so swcut to the tortured creatures that i n might lead to but they stretch their necks to be cram as the declalve 1m The most dlflicult task Is to deter The vote was the heaviest since running well up to The were mainly by the the party vote moro than n OPO ovei that of COL STEWART SENT INTO EXILE partial observerssee no ifieans by which the defeat of the gov irnor actually be accomplished and Ifhe antjr Hughes neganfio admit that their cause was probably Authorized dispatches from Oyster Bay reiterating the Presl SUMMONS ISSUED FOR HARRY THAW His Counsel Make Technical Mow to Liberate Him ment is Not Sufficient to Gain Him the Votes of Worklngmen Thrusts Made by Bryan took time to comment on the letter of President Roosevelt declar ing William Taft to be his political heir and the representative of his Bryan said In part what of a even though the announcement waa not entirely unex and it is not too much to say It was expected that President Roosevelt would support HP could hardly do less in view of the fiiet that he selected him as the ad ministration candidate and supported him with all the Influence that the ad it by Republican success in November Sharp subsequent prosperity and by a clinching of the Roosevelt policies he may be again shown to be a prophet without Democratic candidate for presi for a second time claimed the attention of the Voters of He spoke the first time at An Is Not Remitted to Take 90 Ms promlaent i insurance was twenty each capliirinc fon killed Instaltly by a fall from the voting was particularlyhavy ii ninth floor f the Havlin hotel In this rural districts where the nomof the popularity of Gardner among the He affered from cancer and was In the ity for Noth Ing has developed to warrant sugge Sreat tton of but several letters left by him majclear away that OAL Our delivered to all parts of the city arjas Hard Coalj all sizes Pittsburg Pittsburg jimp 5 tons or Pittsburg LJnp 5 tons or more Pittsburg Lpp and 5 tons Los dls patclrfrom Fort Huachuca says Ordered back Into exile at Fort William Stewart will not be allowed to make the ninety mile test prescribed for him by the war No reason j has been assigned for the changed j A terse order mailed from the beadi When I of Thomas at Denver wnen tho late Lord Penzauce was where he discussed the Issues of the and last nlf ht In thtsr city before an audience conservatively exceeded 000 Mn Bryan received an ovation seldom equalled in thlji The crowd vociferously and displayed impatience over the which included an address of introduction by Governor The governor attacked President Roosevelt and charged him with 6emg the most extravagant erecutive the country ever has i Receives Great When Bryan stepped to front of the platform pandemonium C The crowd cheered and waved the TT T J plain he once took un early commanding the colonel to immprtl y added to the blt mornlncHrrnll rnnnrt mw coiunei to immem terneaa of fho morning stroll round Covent Garden gallon with an old man of genial aspect who had Just made a purchase of a Wilde soon Fort that the stranger was an enthusiastic He s amateur and the pair had an terness of the ajlles opposing rule to to say that Taft isa friend of la show cause why Harry That Is a subject upon which the er of Stanford not be man is an declared In contempt of court for his to be de failure to appear in Pittsburg Friday termlned not by the presidents en last at hearing before Referee dorsement but by whlcn Blair in the Thaw bankruptcy Taft Taft believes judge Archbald granted the tllat the labor should rule and fixed Monday next at ten come under the operation of the anti oclock to hear the argument trust thus dealing with the men is he nrm of Stone wno belong to the labor organization Stone of which represents f they were for the the while playing Upon order Thaw in his petition in The antitrust law deals with the monopoly j being giving motion to have the prisoner declared In the PWducts of contempt of regarded In locil MrTaftIsopposed the part of his counsel to have Thaw to the laboring man a safe cusslon the same Issues that he released from the Pouglikeepsle 1all suard which Is guaranteedto every has presented but he B jUtle coloring by that In some of the cities of the east the Democratic flarty was at because t it not only lackedf i D the means of getting Democratic poll Tafts attitude pn this cies before the but a through the iiistriiirpni o 3 j ernmeht and out of he juris I tlie New York state in the name of common Judge Archbald when the motion was could Thaw appear In Pittsburg when was locked up In a jailin Pough keepsie Attorney jryers informed the court man tried In a criminal Mr Taft does not agree with thelaborlng man in regard to he use of the injunc tlon In labor No words ol praiso from the president can change or make that attitude more acceptable to the Taft and Tafts position tmat without which he was sent return to Hughes as the hour approached which to notlce throuS the seemed almost certain to prove the fairure of their It is that the referee has no official record rueslion Is not changed by the presi of Thaw being in jail and knows nothdents endorsement The president ing of his save what has hnself has not succeeded in putting understood here by Uoteepvew of and participants in tte BtTUSgIe that the could of the or more Flier Filer Lump cab signaled to the driver to pull up and within the vehicle Wilde saw his Sergeant Bidding j the old man Wilde entered the and nT on Thursday wUhtblck induced In surprised accents Ballantlne ex 5 tons or j How on earth did you come more Filer Lump 5 tons or more 265 to know that man1 Filer Lump d Nut 6 tons or Filer Nut Flier Nut s All our Pityurg coal comes from mines the cream of the Any orders booked now w be protected against advance in pri Our terms i tons or cash order Orders of Picked him up Just now In Covent Garden said bis companion Woll UMMa your now the sergeant remark acquaintance Is Cal the Acade to his it Is will resist Insists that he the But all efforts to find such a man have prjoved Secretary of tie insists mat ne qtii r t u can prove himself fit for service f has been tne sul given a and that he will and most persuasive never surrender until he Is given a to the onus of the sit His reception by the Four Convicts Escape convicts stttte any trust magnates In the peniten tiary and only a few of the trusts have been If Taft Is no more successful than the president in to misrepresentation as suitjli tji He stated with emphasis that was nothing In the Democratic platform that need alarm anyl mate k William Bryan was shown billies tins regarding the results of the Maine He was elated over the great Democratic and said I I am very much at the returns from They indicate reaching key while the prisoners were being by his attack on the trusts not that the the DemocraUo t7T i U44C W UDlfJ U G Will IT u IUD bj kfU me Dasement with a false satisfy the expectations of the extends over the whole coun nriBonnrH There are more trusts in the country they encourage Democrats to be given liberty in the corridors and then breaking their way through the base today than there were when Roosevelt was inaugurated and Taft favors a weakening rather than Ileye that victory In November is cer Governor Haskelt by Chicago high school fraternity members against the school board for was returned as receiving more votes than the the Re Publican candidate for the same office tlon was definitely and The clergyman took an appeal claim it is probable that with the slightest ing gross Judge Fuller has handed down an opinion sustaining the which makes Williams the Wilkesharrfl Pn Hont IK a strengthening of the antitrust of treasurer of the Demo nation the Democratic candidate for th the legislature in the Third High School Frats Go to fight waged Intlmitlon of consent on his part the conventipn could be stampeded to Root told the leaders that ho cret societies has been carried to the the first Edward a sus the right to retain membership in sa not think of such a I am the senior member of President Roose unreasonable restraint of that his official his speech of acj ceptance and subsequent utterances I are simple indications of his own po1 Iltlcai Taft re1 IB comment pn oratic national stated to day that miscellaneous contributions to the campaign fund ranging from 1 to were being received at the rate of a he were exclusive of funds gathered by the finance Mack Pleased With Maine The early returns from tne Maine election Republican time in over thirty the Ohio river Is so low as to exppse at Smiths Just below the famous pic ture rocks of which columns have written in and which are men Honed In several historical novels pended pupil at the Hyde park high filed a petition in mandamus i CIO tons or more 5 cents per among the latter being The Latti ton oft it paldjithm 10 Our for lining cpal makes it possible tp glveje best Woman Hugged by Trained best customj Fort ers I giving a pwrforniance at a fair here Broad tired wlns used In driving wth a troup of six trained bears Miss Beatrice ivas attacked by the over AIW I largest of the animals and painfully To Eat Is A Question a thing either nd of In the circuit court denying the right to the pr he of the board to expel him for failure woull be accused wihout good reason to sign a pledge renouncing his insincerity in his attitude toward ternlty the governors William is flttyone years old and cpngratulatlons are being re The well wishes ere coming both by letter and postal The candidate was born in Cincinnati Sep tember for fifteen years chief of the Cleve land flre Is Andrews Sept In was a number of the flre department thirtythree He retired from the velts he was quoted assay August Savoktjnas and her seven small ing if I could do suoh a thing either I I would be and of Arkansas Carried by Re turns from the state election are meager and only a few scattering pre cincts have been heard It Is that the entire Demo cratic state headed by George Donaghey for has been elected by a majority which will prob ably reach were found at her home in actually starving to The UnMed Charities of this city took charge of them and relief was fur The womans husband was killed In the Pettlbone mine In April leaving her She was taken according to her her own people and the church to which she belonged refused to do any thing Roosevelt letter by switching the spotj were by the Dempcratic light of inquiry back pn Bryans ers here Na own political record and making an Chairman Slack expressed him Thi8 ls Mfi self as greatly pleased with the large gains made by the Maine gubernatori reply Loud Echo from In notification speech and in flrmary officials have arranged for a home for Louisa slater of Dona whose murder still re mains and she will hereaf ter reside with her married poaition of chief September He was sixtythree years water Bessie at Cpvingtpn o In this locality Is becoming She has been seriously ill and unable POBltlvey Streams are fall tocare for ingi curtailing the supplies in jnunicl while wells and springs are Rich going handicapping residents of ards tpday will render his declaipn on rural Altoonas reser the motion to take the case of volrs contain a weeks gfeasman Ianlng frpm the jury and and repeated warnings against waste the During the fulness have been Junlata armimeats one cofljitJn thft other towns In dtptment under which the congress ft being tried was t if oouadant of this section are aauallr as badly ofe When Trifles Become If any person suspects that their al declaring that it an Indication of a strofig drift Pf pther speeches since to sentiment which he had make clear my position on all the is1 on his travels through the sues ofthe If Bryan has been unable to understand them I cannot make them I stand on my record In office and what I have Flash for Every At the sea Bryan shpuld devote a little slpns of the Internatipnal CPngress on time to his own frpm which which Is to be held bare he seems tp be struggling separate the latter part of this elec hlmself with the adroitness ac trical device will flash a light every take Foleys Kidney quired in a twelve years hunt for an Issue which he can be elected presl which Mr at once I to and not risk having Brights disease or Delay gives the disease i a stronger foothold and you not delay taking Foleys Kidney HemwNwton of Bessemer time a death due to consumption oc curs in this In order 19 Im press upon the attendants of the gross the enormous death rate from consumption this scheme has been hit The rate has been determined whldh has affected his by the census and an electrical an Issue has been Its apparatus will be Installed which will in attracting He Indicate the death by automatic flash paramount la that the chief presents the remarkable speqtacle of one who has been seeking the for years without Army With When the or ney nerves get then these or gans always Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or 4 That is simply and yot pf having the event lnto Cuoa great Qwantltiea pf moat am o x w and withput official responsibility Vnion tne opportunity to test VUMilJ IV TT ll rti i th various proponltions which he has Jhf UnltBl states array is V The Restorative is pre pared expressly for these weak in narVOtt afKAnaflian side Strengthen these nerveB build them up wit or liauldand he been permitted to qarry his pro into the policies of the not now wy whether be ia fever In Havana Is of the l   

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