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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ME EVEriiN0 PRICE 2 CENTS PER THE DOORS WEDDING 1BRUZZI by New playing w Hi Ihe scrub team against the Yale varsity football team Lewis Baker Warren of New member of the class of Sheffield scion two hHnvy tide was kicked on tho head TRISlATE NEWS IN BRIEF burgs longest pirlod without twentytwo came to an end with SITE LEADERS j IN CONFERENCE Penrdsi Predicts RecordBreak BANKERS CONVENTION The board of Rome1 Advices Say Marriage Will Be in NovBiiiiier DUKE IS COMING TO AMERICA His Marriage to Mias Katherlne El Daughter of Senator Elkins of West Regarded as a Settled and rendered Ho was re nas dosed a deal for the Lleutenants of Pennsylvania Republl moved to the where on moval of plant of tin Ohalneld recovering he company to violently He fought with other members of the team for an Hour and I a half when he was taken to the Yale where he again lapsed Into in which state he still Flagship Couldnt commu nication between Atlantic battle ship fleet and the station at Ham boanga was established at oclock this The Zamboanga sta tion says that It received wireless calls last Thing In Pair to Have an Escort of as Befits Royal Newspa1 from the llagshlp Connecticut para Play Up Lonsdale Damage night and coud nave taken and deliv Suit Against Senators Pa Get commission met to rocolvo lho mojsia and designs for the stales memorial seems to be relentnoas in the Bauer Several weeks ago John Hauer of this city and his Charles of died on the same A third is dead at Bar Plurality for Tall through North K REPORT1 S Jt 29H1S InitncQi la htrumcu mttnlfesting botn surrounded the Taft party wUer ever It stopped In its course over the Northern railroad through Min nesotaand North The sixteen Taft delivered durins evening worked sad havoc Interest Being Taken In the splendid voice he started out IdentUl Carnpalfin This Year In the morning and It Is again In cancy en Electoral Ticket by bad The day had two can Organization Reporting at Meet ing of State Committee at Philadel phia That More1 Than Usual speeches Q DUIHrriuiuOhLo Object to Poslai saiSnis and Deposit tinarz three Fargo meeting included the here tofill a vacancy on the electoral Hpicpt caused bv the resignation of ffTaylor of the Twenty feature of a barbecue fourth Judge Taylor decided Ten steers and twenty sheep furn shed rourtn conBlructloll of the food for the The feasl was ho rnnsld In bv thousands of excur 450 i ercd messages but for the InabilMy to make the Connecticut hear the answer Burly i he fleet is It Is evident that Victor Em as the head of the House of has finally given his royal sent and sanction to the marriage of calling night no mes although heard the fleet his cousin the duke of lho and Kalherlne daughter at United States Senator Kl kins of West Having won the kings approval after a somewhat prolonged and deter mined in which the duke had declared to all his royal relatives that he would wed Miss Elkins with or without their Abruzzl will leave Italy Immediately for According to his present plans the wedding will be celebrated some time during the month of sagos were riS2nf Car be consld In by thousands of IlBlo is hija on a lunacy He d Edward of who had come as far Imagines he is a partner of tho Holy Xew Weaver was Ghost and at times seems to see a choseriito fill the string of for which reaches it was just dark when IIERRIGK OFFERS KEMUTK IVhlch Are Declaring Deposit Guaranty Would Be So Strong Minority Takes Opposite Sav Banks Objected to Because 000 Government Banks Would Enter Into Competition for Bankers In Annual a fore I runner of Ihe annual meeting of the he ilLU mi f rnn uiuiei wi ere was a full attendance of the Oiai reached the end of dd s Amprlcan Bankers association section commniee at do and the peopkof Baago t were The most impor inlb something of a political force to extend the A imeuns light exhilarated by young for a partially blind old at Logans tipple Their motive was The accused said Tozler The Land Leeches Are Worse Than the gnVR nem so found in their a qiinrrel with her husband because he did not A CEYLON Snakes or It Is nearly always the case that ceedlngly bountiful countries are over run by different kinds of pcsta Bonu1 w of 3 world and snakes and a thousand more downtown store last of poor human but the explosion in a of all In a species of Annie Krefall killed her Aibruzzl is a captain in the Italian The is a thin crea self with carbolic at in command of Italys two inches long and very more finest the Reglna Be cause of that and also because he is a prince of tho reigning house of he and his bride will be escorted home to Italy by a squadron of Italian war The honeymoon will be spent at the magnificent royal palace at Ca the Versailles of The Ronie newspapers give promi nence to dispatches concerning the breach of the brIdeelccVs Blaine entered by an Ada Louise The press here has been consistent ly opposed to the AbruzziElkins Even those newspapers which commonly are not too fervid in thalr loyalty to the king treat It as a mea alliance calculated to undermine Italys prestige and Injure her standing among the In dilating upon the nibble and It will crawl up a of Glass company mans leg traveling underneath wm operations noxt the will climb as high as the They mve for several throat These leeches not crawl like ls that every shop the leeches that nre known to rnedl n the faotorv be in active oper but rear themselves up on their alion 1he of the present tails to watch for prey and walk off to 40ft men are r andcoolies whose bare legs are their was Miss Moyers first bands being turn she bested on favorite the mens avore too engaged to pnll them The Lawrence and Lew Hons be seen hanging round ner and D their from which tiny trickles Moser was tne only A torch meetings theiant discussion in savings bank boys with their characteristic j bnnks and the guaranty of bank escorted the Ohtoan through the town j were taken While it was nnd out to the fort where the klen tmit the sentiment was almost unanimous against postal savings and overwhelmingly against the guaranty a respectable minority tried to was ready to serve It had teen first planned that bear meat should be a part of the but the two black bears trapped som time fiKO and on mils for tha occa Jon calmly looUod on the feast contending Hint it was amatter for the Pettlgrew Makes trav eling with Bryan fromSioux Falls to Mitchell former Senator Pettlgrew publicly announced that four years ago he had been approached by the Republican national committee through a former United States sena tor with an offer of if he Would deliver ton speeches at such as the committee would dictate In support of the candidacy of Thomas Watson Of tho Peoples parti candidate for Pettlgrew said that with tlie view to ascertaining what was behind the offer he wiote his sen ator friend and asked him If the amount could not be increased to but the reply was that they were not inclined to give one man that Senator Pettigrew declared that he declined the offer and conducted att Investigation with the result that he satisfied himself that the Republican party financed in n large measure Watsons Chafln Startles With Sept Washington and Chicago incubators of In tWs declared Eugene Prohibi tion candidate for before a large Through the encour agement of the liquor traffic at these places the official stamp is put upon It is from there that the so called white slave tiafflc spreads throughout the Official figures show that every twentyfour hours Ink trafficclaims If I am elected president the first thing 1 will work for a dry Washington Then III prevent action on the latter out NOW York and That put an end to tho white of whkh theS were io have been a convention of all the members of Ihe They werechained to a table near where the candidate stood to eat IIK bread und meat and drink hot cof fee from a The bears were saVed because of the sentiment it would never do to have tho candidate eat up the real Teddy as they were designated by a large sign over The speeches at the barbecue were made in a natural amphitheater in a cleared place m the Log had been lighted arounJ the circle 1 Wherein stood the audience and thehundreds of lighted torches formed a weird light and spook effect over the iargeBt the association to decide and not tor a single John Schuette of Wisconsin was the only speaker In favor of the guaranty of bank He opposed the esj labllshment of postal savings banks the ground the system would es abllsh the country to to six of bloort run over the Steuldnvl a breach of promise suit the dailies seem i to be prompted by the belief tbftt It Bhol s irritates the the king and thn royal family especially Dow ager Queen the kings who has stoutly opposed the union and who probably never will be reconciled to WAS while as le Lorn c Illylit stinuwhtTi sir says rlmt Innpest continuous flight made by sc rmsstf this bout being declared a fall of n piht weV place throughout the Wyomni accompanUd by thunder mi The is severe to extinguish the forest assistant cashier of the 1 ers and Producers National bPrV who was here with hs v be taken to West Virginia for astic Chairman Andrews oanddale had addressed In the Hasken Goes After His Charles on behalf of thn Sny bably to rest on the inrfaco der age dealer in feed and tho wftter thoy must accompllsh tho coal was stricken with hemorrhage dlstnnoo ln n Bingi0 yet within 200 of his house and died they mnkfi to their destina Just after his physician reached his tfon precision He has been afflicted with tuberTritmne oulosle ten years gressman and Dennis ana former delegate In for the recovery of an alleged overcharge In the state printing from 1891 to Can sell a number of modern houses centrally If you want to sell yours list it at once COAL Our prices delivered to all parts of the city are as follows Hard all sizes Plttsburg Lump Plttsburg Lump C tons or ittsburg Lump 5 tons or more ittsburg Lump and tons or more Lump Filer Lump 5 tons or more Her Lump 5 tons or more Filer Lump and Nut 5 said he felt sure that Pennsylvania would again go overwhelmingly Re publican and that reports from various sections of the state led him to the conclusion that the Interest manifest ed by Republicans In the presidential campaign is stronger than it has ibeen for a number of Senator who just returned to Philadelphia after a conference with National Chairman said he thought Pennsylvania would be the banner Republican state in this election and he felt sure that if other states were In as good condition from the standpoint of organization asPenn eylvanla Judge Tafts majority would exceed the Republican majority of four years He said he felt no appre hension at this period of the campaign for the success of the Magee reported theconditions In Allegheny county and the wertera end of the state very good and said he felt also that Pennsylvania would give the largest Republican majority of any state in the Other speak ers were Crothers of Washing ton Lewlstown Eastbn Perry county Dauphin Jo seph and W lass of 245 tons or Filer Nut Filer Nut 2l5 AH our Pittsburg coal comes from mines 12 and the cream o the Pittsburg Any order booked now will be protected agalns advance Our terms 5 tons or cas with order or on Orders o 5 tons or more 00 6 cents pe ton oft If paid within 10 days facilities for handling coal makea possible to give the best Ou best advertisementpleased custom Broad tired wagons used In drlvin pVer Miller CANAU STREET Ou utr since hs trip The crowd emalned with him to the The wo speonhes delivered in Fargo were n large hulls which were also crowd Knthusttsm was everywhere maul While Tafl discussed tariff ind the polces at the va up nis alonghis route he made lew combliiHlions In his speeches and brew in many tomthes of local char and human The com ment was general among those whc have followed hla trip that ho is Im proving with each days experience a a swarm of bee ook possession of the confectioner jtoie of Stineberger and fo several hours kept the proprietor an olerks at a due to Margare age swallowed pol san and The dog that bit Kruger has shown no symptoms of Gal leazzl is dead at his home In Johnson burg as the result of having bit ten by a huge supposed to Inve been a banana his body tn g black Dies Standing In a age was found dead in the well at his home near having been overcome bj fumes from dynamite exploded In the well the day While his family were away from home Hustead went down to remove the loose stones from the well and was there for eey eral hours before neighbors found his body SMILING WILLIAM MAKES FUNNY BREAK Woman He Addresses as Head of Family Only a Miss Fergus people of Sank Center are making merry over what they regard as a joke on Judge He had told them that the question for the voter to de termine was whether they wanted to continue a party of action in power or place at the head of the government ti party which had done nothing but make misleading prophecies regarding economic dont want to try said a somewhat elderly woman in the audi 1 hope I have nodoubt that you are the heart of a family of sturdy whom you and I rely on such Intelligent ladies as you to carry out your was Judge Tafts smiling When the train had started Tafl Informed by one of the local statesmen aboard that it was Miss Sylvia Townsend with whom he had had the n order to the establishmentof he postal savings banks and declared hat tlie bankers of the country would have to Former Governor Myron derrick of Ohio offered the fol owing which was 49 to Whereas swings bank section of the American Bankers association represents the savings people of the United and Whereas the record of those banks for stability and unsel fish devotion to the Interest of ther depositors unparalleled in any coun try in the and Whereas the loss to their deposit ors has been so small as to bfi abso lutely a negligible therefore belt That Inasmuch as any plan or scheme to make each of these banks responsible by taxation or as sessment for the acts of one another or to connect them with the national banking system is economically un sound In conflscatory In form and inimical to the best interests of stockholders and borrow U would discourage individual inl the best protluct of the Ameri can It s a specious form of pa ternalism and It would tend to encourage speculation and an undue expansion of Therefore be it That we enter the most protest against enaction either by states or the nationa of any principles so sub versive of sound economics and so rev olutlonary In WEATHER Weit Tuesday fair and Pennsylvania and Partly dSMdy Tueiday fair and warmer and torUk English Workers In Great problem o dealing with the unemployed In th great centers of population throughou the United Kingdom is being serlpusl Trolley Car Runs Away A trol ley car got beyond control on Mozart nillj dashed down the heavy left the rail at a sharp crashed into a house and telegraph pole and killed 01 injured six The dead Albert considered by the government authori all of whom agree that the num ber of persons out of work will be greater the coming winter than many years No estimate has been made of the unemployed in Lon but a census taken by the news papers of provincial cities shows alarm lug The conditlous at Glas gow are probably worse than In most of the other thero being mennow seeking work at that Sunderland has unemployed Birmingham and other titles from to These figures do not Include the great army of strik ers In the Lancashire cotton Dls funds are now being raised HONGKONG CROESUS TOO MUCH MARRIED Is Refused Remission to In This Country San Hu v Tung a Hongkong million with two wives and three arrived from the Orient on he steamer will be deported he land whence he This decl 3ion was reached by a special board of nquiry after an exhaustive examlna The testimony on which Inspec or Griffiths based his ruling denying him the privilege of landing was re vised and the action of the Inspector ully It said that who desires to travel for pleasure and the benefit of his health In this will pPal from the decision of Ihe of to Secretary Straus at He frankly admits his practice of in which he says he sees no la of a Dutch father and Chinese mother and is a prominent citizen of Murdered by Highway Sept age while walking fiom the villnge of Lawrence his a mile was held up by a who took from him his watch and gagged him i and made him walk Into the woods and there shot him to Leslie age who was released from the state prison at Dannemora after serving two years for is said to have told his parents that he had killed Hosmer and his father surrendered him to the aur Charge Not Officially The post office department has not received any official report concerning the charge that Republican campaign documents have recently been sent out under the postal frank of Representative MoKln ley of such a report Js recelved the postmaster general will not make any statement concerning the In the use of the alleged McKinleys thrown against the house and terribly crushed taken to city where he The injured Harry con ductorCecillar Mozart hill Vesta Elm school teacher Dorsey Npblet of Wheeling John East Wtieellng Llllle schoolgirl ot Mozart tress throughout the Caleb Powers the jcentucWan who eight years In Kohtucfcy prisons In con nection with the Goebel assassination case before being pardoned by ernor was baptized In tbe Baptist church at lelllco in tne ence of Its a when sick ones drug stomach or sttmulate the Heart judg6 That Is all A I means weaks this Is also Welling appeared to pass sentence bu prisoners convicted at the September and Tho term of criminal court two of are instead crying out George charged TUls expiatns why with horse and it is robbed a ticket office In Corry were with John convicted of Actual cause these larceny broke Jail during the falling Inside making their way to the roof frpm the the Restorative 48 no where they had WrfVf T Restorative Is promptly helping Hear and Kidney Restorative A cealed ilnor WM Burely know thaUe i by Harry West   

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