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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                1908 BRYAN ATTACKS 8TEELMAGNATES Are Financing the ean campaign PRICE 2 CENTS PER if part caused drl gtouhHs a propeller blade snapped some other Intricate to overturn In the air and enveloping the two alien TOP TRAGEDY AT FORT MYER SiHItMge Kilted and Orrfie WrijIneailyiBjiirr fall occupaJ in the Sold and spectators raft the whare the aeroplane hart 1 In lifting d Lieutenant BeWrldge from tangled mass ot and erf u and aid urry and lift the motor Lldmant Selfrldge uneon had apparently struck the with grew head waslvered with blood and he chore under a New York of the first to reach the spof ttdered flrat aid to the Injured When their wounds had been aged Wrlgh and Lieutenant dge were taken to the Fort Myer at the other ead of feared that Wright AEROPUNE UPSE WIGHT WERS BROKEN LEG After having attention of the world to aeroplane at Fort Myer and having MtaMlshed new world for flying OrvilU Wright met with a trajrlcal from Internal He hid lapsed into a state of by the time he reachpd the hospital while Lieutenant Selfrtdge dH not regain consciousness at He wns suffering from a fracture at the base of the skull and was In a critical After a hurried surgical examination U announced that Mr Wright WM not dangerously He Is Buffering from a fracture of his left thigh and several ribs on the right stde are Both man received deep about the Wright regained consciousness at the hospital and dictated a cablegram to his broth er at Le and requested that the same message be sent to hlr Bister and at ing them that tie was all Start of Fatal Wright anhounisea eeveral that he would take Lieutenant Sel What that Something fell Aid the ImmedlBtev all eyes were on the aeroplane and It was seeiwfo turn over on left aide patfslng a mo 1 made a complete turn and then i came swooping to the earth In a clotjid of No effort on the part ot the could possibly hate averted the PUnes and were absolutely Incapable ot righting the machine when It had turned In that Severn who Were Btartdras around the apparatus ordered the mounted Midlers the but offl newspapermen were already running the Lieutenant Belfrldges facets cov ered with blood and he waa and choking from Internal hemor Orvllle Wright lay by Bide face as pale as the mass of white muslm He Was conscious and asked that the machine be lifted off bis but It will hurt when thes touch that said Pleco liuWARE STATE Commoner at Harrlnf and Lwlj ttetnan York TWo One and One at Wllmlng Judge George Gray National Commit to Will Make an Ad fftonlght In Carnegie fends QUiet self JOESIBLEY IS ROASTED HEARST DROPS BOMB IN BUCKEYE TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Bol die committed suicide by hanging him with a halter and firing a load Into Delaware after ght of flve hundred Wlllfam eniocratlc candidate flee assailed Re I or as he of the corpora after piece of the wooden framework was broken off as a half dozen men endeavored to free the Injured As soon as they could be extricated they were taken to one side physi cians from the crowd of spectators went to their GUARANTY OF DEPOSITS ROUNDLY wMIe making a twoman aeroplanlat acoompmtxled by Lieutenant Thomas Selfridge ot StateLHEaeotRepiibllcanCliilB Indorses Ml Hands secretary of the Aerial Kneirlmeiit aisbclatlon and an aero plamlet In hie The an nual convention of the State League of Republican clubs reelected Habgood of McKean county The adopted a platformIn the prosperity of the i country Wllmingto Ing a jump miles fi Jennings for president publican In the and more wWch be ly announced wi for the Reptibll cal contest no nounced the me been reported hi In This first was delivered at a i of but whose popuitjlon wa augmented by thousands attracted there Democratic lew peated uttet to 11 throng whic the Bryan Judge Delawares of the Nebras kan was but k petition of that ac corded him In but on a beijfcUBe he spoke at only two was escorted to Harrington and from New York by a comftrttteo of prominent Democrats from headed by DrRowland the Demo cratic nominee In both places him of shot into Ms are searching for Michael ac cused by his wife of selling her to with the furniture of their little for sawmill of Bailey at waa destroyed by with the con a large quantity of lumber and some box The loss Is Ing a fit of melancholy Mallnda age shpt herself through the heart the home of her two miles south of this local newspaper and a show appearing at one of the Plttsburg theaters are dis tributing the second Installment of j Particularly the steel heads of cabbage to the poor of the flrflt time open this chil dren ot Crawford were pois oned by eating All recovered except age Her body Is badly swollen and to all appearances the child Is New Boston colliery of the Mill Creek Coal company has shut down on ac count of the water About one thousand employes are thus thrown out of lighting the gas In her bedroom Miss Nellie Maust of Unlontown was knocked down by a negro dashed out from an adjoining room and jumped from the He a took along that dldn t belong to furnishing the funds party In the politl and also de who he said It bad sold their suffrages who had been the presence of the Lest night he re BS at Shellpot park taxed the capacity le this city at dinner of Makes Astonishing Charge At feeling Senator Foraker READS LETTERS AS EVIDENCE Alleged Communications from John Archbold of Standard Oil Company to Senator Discussing Pending In and En people cloilng Large letter of Independence In Addrest Sentatlonal candidate of the Independence In my Is some docu mentary evidence of how bills are de cided to be unwise to be uncon stitutional and some Intimation of the that lead to the defeat of such I will now read you the conclu sion of a letter written by Siblajv who was a representative from Penn from the lower hotwe rf gross Mind a from Is hli But In fact he Is a 1 it He of the Standard Oil The letter was wrttttn to bold and relates how Slbley told Roosevelt that he should be care ful how he offended the Standard OH and that he could not afford to de pend merely upon the support of the This Is the conclusion of the party for and Wdliiam Hearst addressed a meeting at Memo rial hall under the auspices of the local organization of the Hearst read letters which he said that been written by John Archbold of the Standard Oil company to Senator Foraker of referring to leg islation pending In congress and men tioning two inclpsures of one for and another Hearst said We claim that the Repnubllcan party has been for a long time the benendary of trust corruption and that the Democratic party has only waited an opportunity to shareIts sisters profitable infamy ORVILLE Self ridge was fatally injured and died at oclock last Wright was seriously but IB expected to While the machine was encircling opporfuiilty to fly In the SelfrtdgB took off bis coat and hat and took his place in the extratseat Best te that occupied by Wright The latter etarted the motor by meant of a storage hlo Taylor and turning the pro pellers to get them At the aeroplane was released and It was no ticed that it rise as quickly from the ground as on previous two man Lieutenant Selfrldge j weighed about 175 making the I weight greater than the machine bad I ever carried After gliding over the ground on Its runners for thirty the machine rose gradually and gained a height of forty feet when it passed over the starting apparatus for the flrst There was a sixmile wind and it was noticed that the machine did not run as smoothly aa on Its former most of which were made In calm The aeroplan apparently had control of the aerial rose to a height of seventyfive feet as it com pleted the second round of the This height was maintained on the third Aeroplane Turns Over In While the machine was turning at the southern end of the several thousand from the dent Governor Stuart and Senators Penrose and Knox are warm ly With regard to the guar antee of bank deposits the resolutions say V We are now approaching tion where new theories are to be One of these Is the proposition to Im pose Upon the government of the United States the business of an In surance company for the protection of deposits In national banks to the prejudice of the larger deposits of the farmers and thrifty Industrialists of he who have placed their faith in state banks and saving We are opposed to the introduction of this theory as an experiment In our national believing that It Is not a government function to protect the money of the schemer and while the savings of the honest toiler are to be prejudiced and Chicago Grain net result of a speculative day in wheat was the evninfi up of many trades and the de pressing December price at the Corn was heavier than and December closed with a loss for the day of dropped and provisions closed without ma terial change to January Sep tember options closed For the first time In my life I told the president Borne If un truths as to the situation and that no man should win or deserve to win who depended upon the rabble rather then upon the conservative men I dont know as he re ally liked at I but he thanked me with appar ent Anything you may desire here In my power please Sincerely Cannot Depend on Common all ot are this rabble seekers after of fice cannot depend on us they need the those mag nates of the great criminal Hearst here a com plaint Incontempt which had been filed by former Attorney General Monnet In the Ohio supreme alleging an attempt to Influence his We claim that the Democrats are actlon ln a sujt against the Standard Pittsburg 3 yellow 89 $13.JO@13.50. J 25 2fi eagerly competing with the Republi cans for trust We claim that when Theodore Roosevelt whipped Oil out of the Republican party the Demo was Bryan lodged at the home of National Commltteeman He j left this morning at on his special car over the Pennsylvania railroad for New He will spend the entire day conferring with the party concluding at night with common to I Sheep and light and Prime full light market tidy common to Bood fat good fresh cows and which complaint dismissed by Judge Charles followed by read which he said by John ft that nernocratfc party killed for Rockefeller the fatted calf and that there Is more rejoicing over this onesinner who haSi joined the Demo cratic cause than there is over the hundreds of thousands of faun 26 New 1 My Dear know of Judge Parkers candidacy vfor reelection to the supreme court ot We understand that Carnegie hall on Republican Besides the ez uie COAL Can sell a number of modern houses centrally If you want to sell yours list it at once Our prices delivered to allparts ot the city are as follows Hard all Pittsburg Lump Plttsburg Lump tons or Ittsburg Lump B tons or more Plttsburg Lump and 5 tons or more Filer Lump filer Lump 5 tons or more 265 Filer Lump B tons or more Filer Lump and Nut 5 tons or more Filer Nut Filer Nut All our Plttsburg coal comes frpm mines 12 and the cream of the Plttsburg Any orders booked now will be protected against advance In terms 5 tons or cash order or on Orders ot 5 tons or more 60 5 cents per ton off If paid within 10 Our facilities for handling coal makes it possible to give the best Our best custom proad tired wagons used In driving bier Miller CANAU S Mr nel of the National League of Repumi can which are scheduled to ar rive here for the day and night cele bration next It was predicted at the Taft headquarters that the nearty towns of Kentucky and Indiana would swell the expected throng with many marching Every Republican club of city has been formally Invited to There wiill be a day meeting in hall and ac evening raHy In Music j at which Senator Foraker will I preside and Introduce Judge the principal speaker of the j Those In charge of the local arrangej ments said that the rally would eclipse j anything of the kind previously at tempted All age of this is under charged with robbing a mail box at the Lebanon He ad mitted thatat various times he took letters which contained checks for large but was afraid to cash fioosevelt Intertalns His Oyster Roosevelt proved himself the ideal host when he entertained the natives of this village at Saamore Bach one of the persons who went to the president was made g feel he or she had been especially held clipped heavy and thfu 30 double Market slow and Prime heavy light york MISS HELEN MALONEY PLAINS MARRIAGE Wedded Osborne to Escape Union With Nobleman fill citizens who constitute the Demo reflection to that position would be in line of usage followed in cases in and we feel very f strongly that his eminent qualifies tlons and great integrity entitle him to this further We most earnestly hope that you with this view and will favor Rogers cratlc i He JHu I am empty asser but with legal evidence and docu mentary J I am now going to read copies ot letters written by John Arch chief agent of the Standard agree and aid his an inMmate personal representative of g e roost heartliy in this Rockefeller and These letters have been given me by a gen tleman who has Intimate associations with this giant of the Standard but whosename I may not lest he be subjected to the persecution of this Hearst then read a letter dated at 20 New March addressed to and signed by John as follows My Dear have your fa sion With kind I Very sincerely JOHN a Parting Here Is another and final concluded Hearst 26 New March t My Dear SenatorrWe are prised beyond measure to brotherWlaw or New that she might be compelled by her parents to marry a titled foreigner she dis liked was the reason which Helen Ma daughter of wealthy Martin Ma loney of declared im pelled her to go through a marriage ceremony with Arthur Herbert Os a young broker of this This given by MissMa loney under oath when she was being examined by a referee in connection with her application to have the pur ported marriage was gleaned from papers in the case which were flled In court after a formal decree fin ally annulling the marriage was granted by Justice Miss Maloney swore that the mar rlage never was regarded in a serious ed the president from keeping In touch Ughl elUujr by or by Osborne Smith vor of last with ip recently which letter with letter from eral of Ohl0j ls jn the race for the llott commenting on same I beg to attorney generalship ot OWp on the send you Perhaps It would Uclcet y be better to make a demonstration was associated with Won against the whole but certainly tbe caBe in Ottjo ninth to which Blliott you should be stricken and the I a experiences and see that President Roosevelt the reception so that he could renew acquaintance wtth his friends and and a simple program had been consist ing of punch and ginger were served on the lawn and everyone was Invited to make himself perfectly at Personal business has prevent I ought not to be from any think pout of the same objectionable clause Remittance of glad to hear that you that the situation Is fairly well In i Hearst then read another letter dated at the same March to the same address and signed j by the same as follows Dear accortance with our I now beg to en close you a certificate of deposit to your favor for Kindly ac knowledge receipt and Hearst then read dated February from and to tho same as follows I would esteem It a to uave a line from you on the with his he as Ilora this is his last year In he want 265 ed to renew old acquaintances before he leaves for Hundreds Exposed to Two more smallpox cases have appeared In the eastern end of Cumberland Jut across the river from this one of the victims being Frank Haw postmaster of West The other is a milkman named has been serving milk to eighty families In various boroughs and vil lages In the vicinity of a rpH road town containing over peo Hawfoaker had come to his home from ford Armstrong Where he had been attending a con and the milkman had kept his work after bis ailment that she did not believe the contract a binding inasmuch as the con tracting parties did not give their right ages or names of their and that the marriage never had been In his answer opposing the application for also declared that no consummation of the marriage ever had taken Miss Maloney is now go tar as the laws of the United States are con to marry Samuel a young Englishman with whom she eloped and went to England some time The authorities of the Roman Catholic of which Ma a have not yet given judgment on the question of whether or not the nwrriage with Oil borne shall be regarded w 1 a car repairman at the CWway shops Is dead from a let What man I was to do this he exclaimed to the nurse when taken to the Beaver county ho will kill my wife and daugh ter Baker was fiftyseven years old and leaves a family at needs to be looked there will be no difficulty in killing Am anxious to hear trom you ae to the situation as a Hearst said You will that these letters are not read at but they have a nat ural Here is the He then read the dated April from and te the same places and parties My Dear enclose you certificates of deposit to your favor of We are greatly st a loss In but I send will havo a very frank talk with opportunity if you so J need scarcely again Senator Ridgway tor Henry WilliioWWrt John Philadelphia John Newvllle Congrewman John Benton ford Cbarjes uive forest fires raging Jn this of the state as a reswlt of the i Near Bradford feet of belonging tral Pennsylvania Lumber f this are In danger of and 800 Piefl M WQrJtj Millions of feet thousands ot cords of Vj press our great gratification over the thfl Qoodyears are favorable outcome Of   

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