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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                II FRANCIS HENEY SHOT IN COUR ExConricl WOWD NOT FM During In Third Trial of Abra 1 hamftuef on Chftfgl of Who Had Been fin by Heney Con Approaches he District Wtofc ney ahd Shoots Hlrri the ftillet Not Pehetfats Vital and May PRICE SCENTS PER fay both sides wraeipoBed in draiftatlc wanner by Heuey as atf tltggirrict and dlschAiged from declared the ing hadruined hla lite byjx 1 had determined of Heney had flnlehed the of James the njbsecutloha most in fill the bribery graft cases and the confessed gobetween of ftuef and the former board Judge Lawlor declared a brief 4eceBs outside to a breath of his oS9eaha4 a dramatic olimox when Assltstant District Attor ney HeuefTwho in Charge ol the proaecutlon durlng tortuoua cmiraeof two waa ahot and seriouslywounded InJudge tawidrs crowded courtroom byMor brief recess in the Abraham Ruef oa a oIuurgQ of in ita seventh cdjaie beck to counsel He leaning taola conversing in tow attorneys Directly In front ot Was James A representative ot the Associated Press had juat walked to Heneya table and waastanding ait bis left elbow waiting to speak to him a small man attired approached from behind with quick Suddenly RICHARD oov CHARLES GENERAL JOSEiMlQUBL 4 hisarws By one hand still clutching the impres Whlle hand shot out MdOabe or John special ting about eight feet could mate a move there a flask and tt loud T Crtwd Ruahaa to Bhot A Chorus Of na 19 escaped the Half the Heney isjeiUog easily in the jay not fREE TO YOUMY SISTER 1 Jv he has exclama WRTYRS the doors fore Haas could raise the pistolagain Folsy and a Special threw hfm to the floor and sted tiie weapon from Heney as the shot rang out rose oufot his handsto his beadrtbe blood streaming thjough bis HagerV and table In ffont of leaned Over a moment was about to fait when those near caught htm and laid him on the Oliver and John two ctlveeTof the district attor his head up out Of the blood which flowed from a hole whichappeared tobe below the right He was and Prison Ship TAFT MAKES SPEECH TODAY t With stooped down and spoke to hi hW words were Send H In the to Heners made ti pw r tfofiffIblitM and the city save the remainder being supplied by popular subscriptions by The Tammany society has been active In procuring funds for the The monument was designed by the late Stanford White and cost a little over The cornerstone laying took place on Major Genera Frederick Dent Stephen Stephen Grlswold arid others taking part in the Secretary Wrlflht Other He At of Memorial to elutlonary State Private Honoring and Of today te of a notable gathering of State the the dedication of the monunienC prominent anqloBg the men who are at tending the ceremonies are Prekdeiit f i perfectly pecpUar finite tor which hejs was still hovering around his WM tti Store Of Exclusive Styies Are showing the strongest line of merchandise tojje aeenTin our city Consistnig of TS I r Both Plain fancy in all the fashionable weaves cbl For Wear the Automobile and L r LUT Onraicul and Persian Lamb r r f3 r I J t Remember the Ladies of Qreenville the same here as at V ki how vyhile stock 1 Street Jf f i 4 If your money is earning you less 5i H Will pay you to come and J i offer for sale In vestment bonds Have 1 amjgoinf r Was sitting at my table when I feK what I thought not shot I waa doing nothing to and his two were out Ou the were atar the report for the but down the steps by the crowd rushing frantically out and the policy refused to admit has shouted Ruet to the Associated Press representa aB the latter ran out to the near Heney has been My God that ho Huef Goec for automobile stood In front ot the building and he immediately Or dered bis chauffeur to get the nearest Tiie car returned a few miputea feter with Heneylay his aide court rooip for some time a piece of rug under bis Finally an ambu and conveyed the wound to the Central Emerfjency boa four blocks whence later to the Lane hoapltal f Jn a I am wronged I not care what of BM 1 tave not tor tar own honor but tor the fconor of tlneae wtoo are I would not have bought ajy tour children into the world to boar a it I had known that faegl waa a Dormer convict would Heney ruined Wrong the stojnach ia food head are the live torpid and tidy cows and and MHIP MABCTBS MONU y Bleot WllUam Charles reelected governor ot New and address of the day dedicating the monument madu by The program for ex was follows l Mualc i by regiment p cKwing with The th Pjirkep Cad Thomas William PrewutaWon of oo behalf at Dationai goveronwt by Secre ry of War tuJw Acceptance on behalf of the srtate by s behalf of the city by of the kNfird jut tie behalf ollUe social by throi Wkif bouses Wniw with TRI8TATE NEWS m BRIEF age waa killed train at a crossing fge f killed by a fall Wille at age of was probably fatally burned by a lamp overturning on a Bast di dend ot go percent haa been declared the First Na FMPFROR tlKlrtnUn City Buck ageT one of the ot the dropped Vk T i is rag ing at the Cameron owned by the Pennsylvania Coal company employing inen and i JJpv ge claim agent the Chesapeake and Ohio here after two hours Is believed that Butch the man who charged with killing PolicemanPat Sweeney here last baa been captured in unknown who peeped In at the window where Horace Bonser was calling upon a young lady was shot and killed by Bonser from ilia seat oh the parlor Turnbull made the hearts of every one of the 300 neweboyBln Canton happy he announced that by call ing at his would receive a nice warm a cave In at the gravel pit on the Martz farm Jacob a was Francis his leg broken and Norman Edslngton was internally In Two teams were Wast age of near leapedfrom a wlndoif of4 the court bouse dashing out his He Waa detention pending Ills trans fer to the i Trump Ab stract company waa given one cent damages against Justice Both The defendant was accused of il legally Substituting one of the plalni tiff companys abstracts in an official Henry Van Gunten chased a horse thief by auto over three counties and was Clues M to Kenton and LaHe but In all these places no trace was found of the missing Chicago Gralii Despjte news of p generally bearish the local wheat market closed firm today with prices to 6Vi cent higher tian the Corn was steady and provlsjoua er pptfqnr cl 62 j t ffaftf 3 yellow Announcement Prom Forbidden Cannot Be No further intelli gence regarding the rumored ol emperor of has from the but the re port particularly In view of the imperial decrees ftp pffjqtlng Prince Chun regent and nam ing his young son as heir to the The rumor that the dowager em press was dying also receives general like tho it Is who has been pro claimed a brother ot Kmng When palace offldol promptly the report of the em perors K is In fact that the empress dowager is more seriously 111 than CRPTOILSTOPAY FOR AMERICA x former leader of Tammany sailed from here today for the United Before sailing be declaredthat ELECTION CUBA TODAY Pearl of toe Antilles Voting For President ALL QUIET ON THE ISLAND for the General Mario of and General Jose Mi guel Leaded of the Veterans of lution tittle Difference in Party Maaooria toPreserve i following the bf her 6ig ulster republic to the electing a Unlike the ed Cuba1 has only two candidates for Ute office of chief S executive of theisland two aspirantii for of Cuba are QerieralMario caa dldate of the Conservative and General Jose Miguel head of the Their are respectively RaJael and Alfredo The nomination ot Senor Zayaa for the vice j is the result of a coalltfqn of the Miguellsta and Zayasta thi Liberal the twb men i formerly been oltter political tfosV f They have buried the hatchet at leialfc in a united attempt down the common absolute throughout andthe being in the most orderly TWa is duf partly taken by 1 government Charlea Magoori has command 6fr the rural the American There fairness cut no the every safegnura gW In accordance wkfc aa ehAoWte tton law trained njr the adTjaotT vr which The balloting is coudojctwl with all tod ordjsr which narked the provincial iaat Both the the pojfcleai leaders have given will accept loyally at with that tended to renew old acquaintanceships having their chief planks the preeeri in New York and return of the visits that have recently been paid to him at his Irish Glencalrn near The former Tammany chieftain has aged somewhat he will be atrtynve years old on 24 but carries hid1 age easily and looks The length ot hla stay In the United SUtes is In New in New York Richard Croker Will utay with his son who a home at Port It IB asserted with great emphasis in Democratic there is no politics whatever in the former Tammany chieftains coming The old Croker guardwill give btm a big reception down the Take Trip to MntfWlitiem Bryan will leave to morrow trip to TIM WEATHER Weft In rain In Saturday and Pantylvanla Ohio Fair Saturday and Sunday warmer Sunday Hghtwest vV vatton of the equal rUtuT f culture and commerce and tbe mainte nance of friendly witft the United struggle frankly for the possession of the the control of public Both General Qomeg and General Menocal are veterans of the revolution and have a large following in of their distinguished novices in Moatoro the foremost orator In Cuba and was nominated the expectation of being able to be is with count of his attitude during the V lution when he held in the tonomous ip the of Spanish genot Was flie lfol gt a terttV section of the leader of the uprising fraajdent Tomu New United States waather myrterlonsly droppidout ly ten years been a hopaleiis Jersey aaylwn Two Hundred Thousand Families The intellectual aristocracy of have ope rule in mafbizine He view fI because it 19 a necessity Hal attained fubscripUoa list hajn whlijf wait W Vp with MITHKR MICKRAMS UIDES I   

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