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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                OCTOBER PRICE 2 CENTS Pfcft SERVIA HAS NO and it is anticipated 1 that today the assembly will adopt a vote of confidence In the government the offl olal view Is held that war hasbeen the military authorities have not ceased their precautionary prepa ROOSEVELTS RECORD ACCORDING TO DEBS Prime Mlttr Explains Why War is impossible The Austrian government hU Alttfthjjijr Dill JShftfti seems to fear that the Servian UIU WIJMIIIIJ DUI OIIUUI Spaniards in the Back may not be able to control the situation and also anticipate a possible revolutionary movement In Bosnia and I Dally UftTUrine CimCinC end ITlllC Belgrade correspondent says that the HOTHEADS SUDOlUtrUH A llmt fall of the Servian ministry Is and that a coalition cabinet will Be tie ais6 states that the Ntitontl Will Probr Austrhms are preparing to two ably Adopt Reiolutloni of Confidence Islands in the Drina river on the Servo In Klna Being Guided Rumors of he VinirA MntiBAft n vlin f by For Inter national Conference of the Going Forward BrltHh Atlantic For of War Not Over by Any have caused a run on the Bel ports has received replies from Great Brit Italy and Russia all fa vorable to the assembling of a Euro pean conference and It Is expected that a Germany also will acquiesce In secret session lasting for more than hours narodna skupsh or national adjourned last evening without having arrived at any definite decision with regard to its action against The assembly will meet again today and the session will be open to the According to tho most reliable no vote was taken on the uestion at The meeting was a Tery stormy one and was Interrupted by various War was de manded with but the leaders of the war faction cooled down after Foreign Minister Mllovanovics had made a lengthy In wtiich he explained that me reason Why hostilities were impossible was the scarcity of ammunition for the jisew which Is now being transported here but had been de tained on the Austrian leaders of all the parties com jjijained earnestly that the govern iaents protest to the powers against the annexation of Bosnia and Herze govina was not couched in sufficiently strong but the foreign minister eventually succeeded in convincing the house of the correctness of the Roosevelt Wll Halm who has been In exile at the ungarrlsoned ppst at Port has been retired from active fhe report of the board which examined Colonel Stewart was presented to the president and he Immediately directed that Colonel Stewart be Colonel who is now In this was notified of the presidents More Bank of the Currency Morrow has decided to Increase the number of national Bank In many cases twice to three or four times a It is not his he to examine all national banks four or even three times a but the new rule will be made to apply tp all na tional banks that have in the past Bhown a disposition to violate orevade any of the provisions of the national banking laws or the regulations pre scribed by the comptroller of the cur CHICAGO AGAIN BEATS DETROIT PARIS GLQAQOUSE Store Of Exclusive Styles Without A Doubt The Best Line of Gowns and Dressy Tailored Suits andEvening Wraps In Our City Is Now Being Shown Here Our Motto Not How But How Good See Our Line Before 7O6 State Street A Home 53 Mercer Street Gillespie property now owned by Newell is offered for sale at a property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home andjall modern conveniences and centrally Make us GILLESPIE Socialist candidate for presi addressed two meetings Thousands of worklngmen Crowded into the halls to hear him and at the first meeting the streets were filled with persons who could not get Into the and the police arrested six teen men for creating a Among Other things Debs said We are on the verge of the great est organic change In all First we abolished kings and chattel slav ery and now we are to abolish the capitalists and save the worklngmen from the horrible Let us hope that the third step will come In peace come it Paying his respects to President said Roosevelt Is the Don Quixote of American wears a rough rider hat and enjoys looking If he ever did anything besides shoot a Spaniard In the back I have not heard of He has reduced the office of president of the United States to the level of the wardheeling With the Republican party it Is Wall street and he and with the it is Tammany and The speaker denounced the chili labor lows and declared that they were responsible for the downfall ol many Murders Wife at Church Ben nington shot and killed his wife while she was on her way to church at Delta and then committed Bennlngton followed his rile to church with a horse and buggy and fired a load of shot into her body Just as she was about to enter the He then whipped up his horse and drove across the state line into Mary where he reloaded the placed the barrel against his stomach and pulled the The crime is said to have been prompted by Sloan of Flrileyvllle was found ya tJanflot af that place bounffaria gagged and in a semiconscious condi was struck on the head from the rear and does n9t know the assail who robbed dead body of Ambro age a prominent farmer and superintendent of the Littles Corner Methodist Epis copal Sunday was found in a field on his Watson bought a re volver In Meadvllle of a malignant nature Is epidemic j There are now sixty houses un der quarantine Citizens have been dls regardful of quarantine al lowing children from Infected housea to attend school and thus the disease has been atives of the board of agricul the Pennsylvania Livestock Breeders association and the Penn sylvania dairy union met here to plan for a joint meeting of breed ers and dairymen at Harrlsburg 2528 preliminary to a great state serious is the drought situation in the Schuyl kill region that in order to guarantee that trains that leave here for points on the mountain branches will get back after reaching their destination the largest size tanks filled with are being run behind the con tract for grading and building of the West Newton Monon gahela Valley street railway has been awarded to the Sperry company of The intention at pres ent Is to build the road from Jean nette to West Newton andlater to the Monongahela Irvln alderman of the Eighth died suddenly from a stroke of paralysis He had previously been in goodhealth and had just returned from a hunting Although born with misshaped stumps to represent hands and feet the alderman was a good sportsman with the gun or rod and an exper Henry a veteran auctioneer pear Pleas ant planted two cabbage stalk this naming one Bryan anrtthi other The Taft stalk bu no head whereas the Bryan stalk produced remarkable A large head formed find afier that had been pulled off five additional heads grew on the Rosa Stump of is thb plaintiff and her the Daniel Huff an agedBaptist min the defendant in a dam age suit for alleged defamation of character being tried The grand daughter alleges that Huffman wrote her a letter charging her with forging his name a note for In the ElgfilH TINKERS HOMER STARTS RALLY And Before It Ends Six Canter Athwart the Home Plate at Wither At tendance Down to For the Game Are Game Will Be Played at Chicago eight In nings of clockwork Wild Bill premier pitcher of the champions of the American weakened under the prolonged strain and the Chicago worlds champions captured Uiolr second game of the present 6 to Detroits which were high after seven nnlngsin which Chicago had made one were dashed In the In that sensational por tion of the game Donovan was hit for after a beautiful onehanded pickup at his weak had thrown The crowd scarcely hoped tor more thin a tingle and hardly peeled that wheft Tinker came to bat Donovan sent fast walsthlgh In shoot oter the that Is to partly the It never got all the for the itocUr short iwung The ball soared to hlgih that seemed certain It must drop Into Cobbn that fielder was playing well back as a result of previous experience with But tBere was an unusnal ahiount of energy behind the hit and It sailed Klgh and clear Jnto the stand In right preceded by trotted around eircut amid the first real cheering of the Horns were bells runs and throats strained to Increase the Attendance Not The due largely to the chill was only paid ad according to the official fig ures made public after the ThJ gross receipts were The score CHICAGO AB R H o 113 I 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 12 001 110 112 1 1 8 0 1 0 M G 72714 1 AB R H 0 0 0 O 0 0 2 01 0 0 0 0 1 0 O A 3 0 TRISlfE IN dHlEF William football player injured n a game died after having ieen unconscious almost a Charles Hun age while playing foot Sail was thrown to the ground in a tackle and his collarbone In a battle between two factions of for eign miners at Enterprise Frank Ollvo and two unknown foreigners were fa tally Local gunners hare petitioned the state livestock sanitary board to let them remove BALLOON BURSTS FEET IN AIR Americans hi Contest at MA Have Hairbreadth Escape GAS BAG ACTS AS PARACHUTE muzzles from hounds In the gunning Muzzled hounds wont take the foreman of the carpenter gang working Monongahela and Washington division of the Pennsylva fell from a trestle fifty feet high and may die from his In explosion that occurred in a nearby factory more than six years ago caused the collapse j of two dwellings in the northern secj loun escape from The Their Fall It Checked and Neither Re eelvei AMembled to Start of Gordon Bennett Cup Herrlfled by What Seemed In All Probability Terrible Ending of Start Alight Upon International balloon which started from the tttfcurb of was the oc casion of a thrilling two American aeronauts having a mlracu 1 4 24 8 1 0 0000000 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Twobase Threebase hit Home Sacri fice hit Stolen bases Sheck Double plays Tinker and Chance OLeary and First base on balls OB Uon of the In which one person was killed and several were severely Christ a telephone was work ing on top of a high pole which broke and he was thrown to the ground with the pole on top of An ant hill kept It from crushing his life out and be will age was laccldent 0 o ally shot inthe face by William Myera of the same age at their home In Mo nessen and may The were playing with a revolver and did not know it was New Indorte New central fed erated union has voted to Indorse the policy of President favor of the Democratic ticket and also for the unions to contribute to tihe cam paign fund of the American Federa tion of Labor in order to place orators In the fleld during the final week of the MANAGER HUGH i home a double and Incidentally he walked one man and allowed anothen to score on a wild onthe con was steady throughout the loldlng the Tigers to four hits and one That run marked Detroits de spairing effort in their half of the Donovan Em Nothing could have exceeded the ex cellence of Donovans work up to that fatal He had an assort ment of curves whlett he mixed up In baffling and he cut the corners with the greatest precision and He had the best of Chicago batsmen swinging wild and twice struck out the redoubtable Not until the atth did the worlds champions con nect with bis wizard Then the distinction fell to con sidering the high class of ball he did not need the added But he a short fly just beyond the Chicago en thusiasts cried loudly for a It was their first legitimatechance for ridding themselves of their excite only and a moiront later the side was re tired on a fiaSWng double Alphonse and Gaston Not a runner of either side reached first base until the Then Overall passed Downs and the latter was sacri ficed to where his obsequies as a runner were This farther than Chicago Overall reached first because who stopped his Instead of cov ering the bag waked for Don ovan to do the latter dropped the But the big Chicago pitcher got no Again in the sixth Overall reached the initial bag on his but with these two exceptions Chicago could do nothing with Dono vans That was up to the Then it was Over alls pitching was He was found for only four scattered no two of which came in the same In and one of which has to be counted because Overall and KHng bo l h went after Schaefers bunt each stopping for the other to field it wont for a He issued passes Crawford and who hit above all were un able to connect safely with his dellV That he was effectivein holding down Crawford with the ball 1 he pitched was remarked by critlps of the Crawford is known as on of the surest hHtors of a high ball In either yet Overall curved them around neck or shot them straight across without getting into Bach side was credited an fcut neither of them figured in the To Joe Tinker belongs the credit for breaking the spell which Donovan had over tile Chlcajjoans for so Stelufeldt had struck out and Hofman had reached first because 33y 6 by Umpires Klem and Game at R H E Chicagb 14 2 6 10 3 Brown and KHng Summers and and Standing of the 2 0 0 2 000 Another Victory for plan has been adopted as the result of several weeks of negotiations whereby the local street railway lines will in the future be operated exactly as If owned by the The state laws prohibit mu nicipal but this point was The stock of the Mu nicipal Traction the leasing company which ia operating the lines upon a threecent fare Is to be placed In the hands of The board of trustees will consist of the board of directors of the leasing com pany and several citizens who have had no part in the local traction af fairs and are to represent the It is proposed in the trust deed that all profits accruing to the leasing com pany shall be over to the to be applied upon the public parka and the lighting and heating of streets and public When the Noise Lrt Two voung women of common sense appearance were the sole femi nine occupants of a subway car until there entered a flashily dressed with face made up like a cosmetic ad and accompanied by a young man attired in the The two young women eyed the new comer with interest while they con tinued their Tho train slowed down at the next the rattle and bang of operation ceased und tlie voice of ono of the young wo men became suddenly audible If I n face like do you know what Id do Id hock It The girl with the makeup looked hor escort looked the speaker looked out of the window and a dozen passengers looked as though they York His The mayor of Is a self made us In the CURP of some others of that uut attention was paid lo A little while nsro li who was en gaged U work on corponi tioii his worship re questing it photojivnplJ his The timynr by post that he wilts pleased to accede to the others he Instead of a mere photograph I beg to send you the genuine And there followed immediately under neath lu good round copperplate the mayoral Angler Giant Egg Harbor N huge measuring 44 in length and 9InchCB in clrcumferehceV was caught by Joseph eel was caught In Little Egg Harbor river and gave Huetting quite a tussle before he landed monster is the largest eel caught with a hook line in these Tough Meat min a civil war whose home was at choked to death In a hotel here while eating As he started to eat he Jok ingly remarked that the meat was tough and began to the mouth ful stuck In his throat died in flve can balloon the only Ameri canbuilt craft In the having on board Hplland Fonbes and Au gustus two minutes after the start burst at an altitude of feel For feet it shot down like a bul let and then the torn silk bag as sumed the shape of a parachute and the rapidity of the descent was The men escaped with but slight The in which twentythree oml loons representing Great the United Belgium and started in the presence of at least The second hatch of eight balloons was led Forbes in the which was started with some difficulty owing to a wind and too much But eventually It shot up and reached a high altitiude lu an Incred ibly short the basket swaying Then almost Instantly a cry of horrpr arose from the who saw the silk and The balloon IB ripping up Crowd Thouflht Them f The thousands who had gathered there stood i for a moment 1 turned a way fainting Wrought by Christian Prohibition candidate for presi in addressing a large audience at the Baptist tabernacle declared that the great accomplishments and suc cesses of the United States were to Christie n Science and the word of God and not to political schemes aad acts of Wa a was shot and killed by Edward a negro a j the result of a quarrel and a fight at a Waderker and Herman Wil liams started a fight at a dance at Barnett Ridge and the former got the better of Brock took up the argu ment later and followed Waderker to his called him to the door and shot Brock waded the Ohio river and escaped Into The Ufo In Washington Was a Happy Time For Johnson was so much of an in valid tlmt outside intimate family friends very few knew She ap peared only twice in public during nor husbands her In fluence was a strong one and it was exerted in tho direction of toleration nud A slight movement of her a touch on her husbands a made it easy to see that the woman who had helped him through his struggling youth and given her health to his who had taught him to write aud Bad read to Mm through long winter evenings in tho little tailor shop that his active mind might be fed while he was prac tlcing his trado still held her place in his She was a sweet faced wo man who showed traces of beauty through the sharpened lines caused by the old fashioned consumption which WHS wring her Her face was not unliiie that of the Ittte Me Tho death of her eldest son was a blow from which she never fully The life In Washing ton was not a happy time for She told roe herself that she wtjs far more content when her husband was in dustrious young In balloon falling with Hghtnlng Hke At the same time showv ers of sand and appurtenances of the balloon shot downward with eriual ra pidity and then daylight was seen through the great ragged edges of showing oh elthtx They are went in hushed whisper through the hut short ly the remainder of the envelope peared to a triangular shape and then was transformed into a sort of parachute at the top of the net and the progress of the wrecked balloon was considerably Jt down slower and meanwhile being swept far to the and finally disappeared from view behind a block of The suspense among the crowds was terri But a few minutes later a tele phone message announced that the men had not been seriously A great sigh of relief went up among the who threw their hats in the air for The other balloons were sent up after a brief delay with but further Forbes About Holland who appeared to be very little the worse for his experi gave a thrilling account of We had some he In getting but once we left the ground everything seemed to bp We mounted almost perpendicu larly to an altitude of As T looked at the recording instrument to make a note of the altitude I heard a peculiar iwish and said to That sounds Immediately I 8ftW that the envelope was rapidly deflat the gas escaping in In stantly I threw the appendix clear of the basket and the ropes draw Ing my cut the ropas thati were attached to the tibfrtynlne bags of sand hanging around tjie IPpit threw over everything port We could that wve were falling more rapidly than some of the ejected But when the descent of the balloon was we observed one bag of sand fall into d baby which was smashed to but fortunately ihe nurse snatched out the baiby and saved Us Both of us sprang up and held on to the ring hoping In this way to avoid the Then above could be seen the envelope gradually spreading We continued to fall with terrific speed until a sort of para chute hod been formed and then we knew that unless a further mishap oc curred we would probably be tanred from WEATHER Ohio and Western Fair Monday and Tuesday Tuesday aht variable West Fair Tuesday warmer   

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