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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED r THE EVENING SEPTEMBER PRfCE 2 CENTS PER llfr Itnjl AVIATION IS HERE V SWISHERGETS ii THEIDECISION National Committee Declares His Faction Regular WHAT WILL SCHERB DO NOW That la Question Being Anxiously Atked by Those Who Fear Come qucnces of the Hitchcock Depends on West Virginia Republicans to Stand Loyally by the f National Regardless of What They Do Party New Involved political situation In West Where led respectively by Arnold now serving a second term as and Charles Swish secretary of have each been claiming recognition as the only regu lar and authorized representative of regular Republican has been cleared by the recognition ai regular of the convention presided by Congressman vJoseph leader the Swlsher fight had been carried up to Chair man Frank Hitchcock na tional Republican who ap pointed National Commltteemen Dupiorit and Brooker a subcommittee to bear both sides and pass on the respective merits of the claims Chairman Hitchcock has approved the findings of the This settles the disputed point as to which of the two conventions held on July 8 9 TJut Scberr It wit be put In the field a ticket In opposition to that headed by Swlsher for This ticket now flnds Itself without an offi cial label and must either be with drawn or else run Independently and In opposition to the ticket now In dorsed as William was the man of the hour In From the mo ment he set foot la the city at noon until his departure for he accorded a demonstrations which breathed sincer ity and Within ten min utes after his arrival he was Ing a vast throng In front of the ho the crowd Insisting that he give them a He took for his text the more striking passages of his labor day address fn Chicago and dwelt at some length on the right of trial by Jury In cases of Indirect During the afternoon and evening he made three other the princi pal one at the which was filled to its capacity and which necev ultated an overflow address In Court house Hisset speech on The and In which ke de clared in favor of state was re ceived with vociferous applause and every manifestation of Al though It was oppressively Bryan did not give evidence of suffer ing any When he had fin ished his prepared speech he launched Into a discussion of the various Issues of the campaign and reiterated his charge that Taft was not satisfied with the Republican platform and had been compelled to amend It In many When the train pulled out of the depot last night the actual invaaon of the east by the Democratic canrt date was Prom this point until the trip is at Lin Bryan will travel In a pri vate Accompanying him are for mer Governor Jennings of Flor Robert four newspaper men and TRISlAfE NEWS IN BRIEF preparai ona are under way for the oi William Bryan hers when visitors are We still have considerable goods left from stock by Sheriffs fomerly owned by which must go at once to raise money to pay what we borrowed to buy the Prices cut than v 10c red and blue 50c working BOc dress 75c dress shirts 25c black and brown smashed 50c caps smashed 15 Canvas gloves Mens working 25c4 fancy I OFF on bows and tecks Ladles pocket Mens Mens worth Shaving brushes Razors Razor strops Ink 2 Clarks S One lot of Ladles and Childrens Shoes will go at No two Shots from up to your choice at 39C mens shoes mens shoes mens shoes mens shoes Everything Must Go Nothing Held Back REMEMBER THE 110 Main S Next to Mathers1 Mill Look for the Big Red Sheriffs Sale Sign B Anton zog of a brewer by u under a cut of A iwHih ie Moved them and cut off tlsMsti Despondent nut a Andrew a i AS near commit id by taking parls green mi L j e One million la disbursed by the Broth i I of Locomotive Engineers In the of permanent headquar iu stole whole patch of potatoes out In the orlh ii rk addition A man named vovorted to the police that his atafo a h had been Governor tusrt lisa approved the charter for ho Globe Mutual Fire Insurance com pany of which will run on the mutual plun in Somerset Van Peter Feld pioneer farmer of Harrison was dead under his horses hoofs In a Apparently his team had run the roller passing over James chief of the department of has Issued his report for the bituminous district for The re port shows that the number ot fatal accidents was 106 and at Ray Ward of Harbour the j boy who shot MB Mersel ONeill of was given a preliminary hearing by Magistrate J Chenoweth of PhMlppl and committed to await grand jury Fire stroyed tnWeaiftffiif Koine of the adelphia Cricket club at Wlssahickon One man was burned to one woman jumped from a thirdstory j window and her legs were j Another man and woman were j Bar bara an elderly woman of Lost and John age twenty of were killed by a fall of earth while they stand ing n a mine The woman was picking coal and who was n Lost Creek on a standing near by the earth gave overhead and burled ORE AM OF THE AGES REALIZED i ManMadeBirdFlies 62 Minutes AIR CONQUERED AT LAST Onllli Wrljtil Perform Won TAKES ANOTHER MAN ALONG JOE GAiVS WHIPPED Queen The W1I who is expecting an heir to the throne of received Pro fessor an eminent gynecolo a consultation Her majesty spends most of her time now In her private apartments and receives visitors only on urgent She has given up her carriage sub stituting therefor occasional walks In the When To Eat Is A Question Ketchell Not Badly Los the former middleweight champion who was so badly beaten about by Papke in their fight Is rapidly recover Reports that Ketchell Is In a se rious condition as a result of bis beat Ing are He wcs able to leave the house today In an automobile and to the j B B ruits and dresses for College Splendid new Regulation Brown I or Blaok Ikgulation to Misses Tailored I hundreds of stylish new j to select new to Miaaee Suits Hurpussing any in the Mitsee Blue Surge Gym separate Miulln Un Underwear and thousand other things re quired in a Womans here to select Lieutenant Lahm Participates in RecordBreaking Flight t f Orrille In three BlgWp at Port new aeromafee records that the trials before the army board and Indltate that aerial i flight only a matter of developj The first In which the machine circled the drill grounds at the fort fiftyseven rimes In 67 min utes and 31 was surpassed j when a flight of 62 mjnutes and fifteen was Not satlsBed with breaking all rec Wright stocki Lieutenant Frank the aeronaut of the signal for a making a new record for a twoman The morning flight was witnessed by only a handful of the news spread so rapidly that fully a thousand persons gathered to see the afternoon S At the invention of man to challenge the nature rose grandly into space and Sailed over the drill and higher it turned at a Slightangle as the aviator brought at the far sldot the aeii andBrBited at an increasing speed There was hardly a quiver of the aeroplane In the first few rounds of the Wright evidently having the steering appar atus well In Achievement Rising and descending at the sight of themanbuilt bird was most Round after round the machine traveled cutting short shooting along the stretches and presenting somewhat the appearance of an automobile racing about an Im aginary course In the The aviator paid little heed to anything but his levers for controlling planes which control altitude ot the Ha seemed oblivious of the crowd below having broken the record of 57 minutes and 31 seconds established by him in the the crowd raised a cheer that told him of his new Then Wright waved his Before the flight was begun a watch was tied to the seat next to Wright and when a little later he saw1 that he had stayed aloft for over an the in order for him to fulfill his contract with the he Swooping down in a sort of bump the liumps the machine bore down in the direction of the which quickly fearing that the aeroplane would run them Raising a cloud of dust as It slid along on the which weighs nearly a thousand came to a stop within twenty feet of the Lahm Turning to Lieutenant one of the leading aeronauts of the How would you like to go up with me It was an fnrltatlon that needed no There were no skeptics In that crowd of enthusi astic spectators and there were a great number who envied the favored lieu Lieutenant Lahm was most enthusi It beats spherical was his first I had a fine but di4 not attempt to manipulate any of fie t waTchad Wright closely as he handled the con trolling We could sea Washington In the distance and every thing that went on It was a great sensation and I am Impatient until we have a machine which we can operate In the first flight the aeroplane cir cled the field times at an es timated speed of thirtyseven miles The power was not fully turned on In any of the It la estimated that a distance of miles was cov ered In the longest the anemometer attached to the machine registers only every tan said It is Impossible for me to tell accurately what speed I From the figures registered t think It wns either thirtyseven or fortytwo mites an f will prob ably make n few short flights today to see how my present speed compares with our flights at Dayton and WARNS METHODISTS AGAINST TAFT Prohibition Nominee Says He Is Indorsed by Liquor Interests San Prohibition presidential candi In a speech here said In 120 years no presidential candi date ever uttered such vicious political doctrine as did Taft when two years ago he the Yale graduates that nb law should be paased until a majority Is In favor of It and it is sure to be especially a law for the prohibition of the liquor Such was Tafts stand two years ago and he has never even under that htr stands thus HeJs Indorsed everywhere by the llaUbr press element must feel that It has nothing to fear can any Meth odist have courage to vote for Taft after the ruling of the last Methodist conference that no Christian could vote for any candidate not opposed to the liquor traffic FIRES STILL RAGING In Lake and Canada In Desperate Forest fires are still doing great The heaVily timbered Isle Royaie Superior Is ablaze and hundreds of campers are in Fires have also broken out near Duluth and at Lester a A dispatch from Menomlnee says The car shops of the Wisconsin and Michigan rail road at Peshtlgo were burned by fire which swept in from the woods and now endangering the city of The loss to the is estimated at No rain htm fallen In this section for three Around Marlnette fires are Farmhouses near Coleman and Grover have boon Along the Soo railroad the fires are Fort Sept entire district is now a mass of forest have approached the city Thefar side of Mount McKay Is burned while are raging at many points on the Indian near Grand Trunk Pacific Around up the Canadian the settlers are un In unsettled portions of Gillies and Scott townthlpi fires are sweep ing the bush and nothing will stop them except a heavy Canadian Paclflc railroad traffic is again tied up by the bridge being burned out near 100 miles east of All through expresses are being Bush flros are burning close to the railway at many points along the north shore ot Lake steady rain began to falf here last the In two soaking the brushwood and cuttings which have furnished the most ready fuel for the forest fires on the VERIBEST RUBBER THAT A thicker coating thin other Rubber Roofing on tio Noth ing better cost no QW t k of un known origin nearly wiped out the village of seven miles south of Among the buildings de stroyed were the railroad a large new grist an elevator and a number of The loss Is timated at of a man who has been dead more then a score of were removed by the police from a newmade grave in an abandoned gravel pit seven miles west of tils The owner of the Henry says the bones were burled there within less than one jury sit ting in the case of John on trial here for the murder of George Wash ington an aged returned Us finding the defendant guilty of murder in the but recommended This means a sentence of life imprisonment In stead of with signal boxes on a line oftha Southwestern Traction branch of the Chester Traction com Is belleved to be responsible for a headon collision near Penrose Perry One man was probably fatally Injured and twentyfive many of them were former register arid recorder of Fay ette county and cashier of the First National bank of died at the Western where he was serving a fiveyear sentence for Following the rupture of a blood vessel at the base of the the aged banker suffered a stroke of paralysis who was a candidate for attorney gen eral on the Democratic Ucket in has sent a letter to Chairman FHnUy of Democratic state executive com mittee tendering his resignation a member ot the committee and an nouncing that he cannot support Judge Harmon because he Is Indorsed bjr the Personal Liberty When Trifles Become If any person suspects that their kidneys are deranged they should take Fpleys Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Brlghts disease or Delay gives the a stronger foothold and you should not delayfttaUlng Foleys Kidney Bessemer Woodruff I Told You Now Chairman Woodruff of the Republican state com In a Issued at state headquarters online resultof the pri maries held in New York said 1 The magnitude of the opposition thus manifested to Governor Hughes in New York and particularly in Kings certainly Justifies the position which I have taken that we have to await the gathering ofthe del egates at Saratoga to enlighten us as to the exact situation In all the as sembly districts which are of I of rec ognlxed the very large and earnest sentiment In his favor among many and the very best classes of but could not beblinded to which for the first time has just been made evident to the AGED M4N BECOMES MO mOUS MANIAC When tta or Sid ney nerves get then tktuw or gone Dont pot stimulate the Heart Of U a a SWWi He tttempts ID Slaughter His Family With an Hi fit of temporary Insanity Pearson sixty years attacked his his adopted Johan and her Andrew Johan and Inflicted such serious wounds with an ax that the victims are not expected to Talley is under ar rest and says he cannot account for his murderous Talley attacked his wife as she lay in bed and fractured Ho then went to the bedroom of his adopt ed daughter and Btnick her with the weapon as she laying open her Her husband was awakened Just as the infuriated man wns about to bring the weapon down upon He grappled with his ward Ing off a blow from the TaUey struck again and Inflicted a wound on the back of the They wrestled for some but Johanson could not get the ax away from and when John living next who had been attracted by the arrived on the Johanson waa nearly exhausted from loss of After be had been subdued the des perate man seemed to come to his for a time and begged the peo ple around him to kill him with the Later he was taken thehospi The when the husband was taken before told the police that he wu a kind and Johatson said did not want him serf rely punished as had been very good to Contempt Caw Postponed Twp the case the contempt proceedings against muAl John MHonell and Frwfc Morrjson of American la BuoVs Store ana an JOE CANS LOSES HIS LAST BATTLE Old Master Declares He W1H Never Fight Again NELSON WINS IN 21 ROUNDS Bruited and Eyes Pounded Shut and Llpt Cut by Battlers VI Gime Colored Pugilist Nelson the Better Worn Out by CorHnual Gam Beaten into Conioloutneia and Unable to Re spond to Count of Colma San Nelson clinched his claim to the lightweight pugilistic champion ship by defeating Joe for the second time at Colma The fight ended in the twentyfirst round whan beaten down by a succession ot blows from his sturdy failed to get upon his feet within count of The veteran fighter was severely but champion too bore the marks of bat From the first clang of the gong to the last moment Nelson forced the never giving ground and gradt ually battering down his older and r Gans succumbed In the round after being unmercifully Nelson In this round rained right and left blows to the jaw and body and Gans sank to the Me chanically the defeated watched Referee Eddie Smith wave his BATTLING apparently too far to hear him Not until f v was finished did ashen face terribly cut and his eyos attempt to He v that it was too late and teebly def clared I have positively fought my The fight was spectacular and at time did It appear that Gune bad jr r chance to Time and again ha11 would shoot wicked punches to Kel sons face and but the j never for an Instant Falling to arrest the rushing champion at Cans seemed to lose heart and gradually though he often rallied and fought back Referee Smith after the gave out the following statement Gans was all In after the ninth In the twentyfirst both the timekeeper and myself counted therefore making Nelson the T be did not know he was counted but It Is just M well that he for Nelson had him completely at his mercy and it was useless for the game colored man to take a further beat Colored Man Badly Deed When Gans was seen In his dressing room his face presented a teirlble pic His right eye wal tha left partially so his lips and were badly lacerated and bis face was puffed out like an Inflated fie gave the following statement I made fight too Nelson Is a tough boy and beat me I will never fight This la no Pattl but in dead Nelson said Gana was tougher than He was in good shape and he fought me a different Mud From now on I wWl never fight a ored man I shook hands with Billy Papke today and we both made the I hurt my right hand in i the second hut kept it going of the Willie one of Gaort prJnci pal said after the fight L was all in after the round the eleventh I bogged htw to allow me to toss the This ho would not sjllOTjr wki wiying Irnocked oat and would fght bf Bad ttoen Gans fduEtt OR A AVI a tltt fhMltfjt t ;