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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1916, Indiana, Pennsylvania WANTS YOUM AS ONE OF ITS THOUSANDS OF GUESTS DURING THE CENTENNIAL WEEK OF JUNE IS ta 24 VOLUME 223 INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA FRIDAY JUNE 9 1916 TWO CENTS Convention Gets Progressives I Unless Colonel Roosevelt Shall Eliminate Himself as a Presidential Candidate Peace Between the Republican and Progressive Parties Is Impossible NOMINATIONS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY SPECIAL WILLIAM WHITMAN OF NEW YORK ENDED HIS SPEECH NOMINATING CHARLES EVANS AT L F Arensburg of Un as De of 371 Applications All of the the of 1 1 Ont Were for Corning Year THE H S FACULTY Thi i t i lna 1 me in t lie I loll of the M U nie i pal h ill a 11 11 d ins i well iei the s that A 1 lime And commendation I Commander h School to Be Field at Closing Session of Ambrose on and Inquisitory Body Recommends the Purchase of Junker Farm as a New Location for the Home Also Recommend County Annual Session of B P U and the Sunday TEN TRUE BILLS RETURNED BY THE JURY P TODAY A DEMONSTRATION IOL LOWED over the tile Sec on ad ne Th o eh Will open for a h i M tion on of The June Irand Jury finished their and made a number of impor tair recommendations for the con sideration of the county commission A PROGRAMS GIVEN those COLISEUM CHICAGO June L N Roosevelt A managers rump card today Through the peace sion here was married ihN committee hey brought the fact to he attention of he i the de M of the pn Republicans the desirability of nominating Col Roosevelt in the following words The Progressive conferences were unanimous in ur with temperance and fairness the opinion that Col Theodore Roosevelt had so large a personal following and had such close lhaL personal relations to the issues of the coming campaign that he a most desirable candidate on which to The committee made no but put it square ly up to the convention Its complete report made by Senator Smoot was simply a statement of fads but the 1 1 i r i i ii that the Progressive ana parties must unite on a can ii i M if they would have a chance to win On this and on the knowledge that the Progressives were solidly lined up for Col Roosevelt the active managers planned to get the nomination across lt one except al the gradi e d s 1 I J delegates Joseph I Lord pa l i Sira mander of loi In F V fell downstairs at a re li was a truest and wa in i proposed purchase of the Junk of Miss Mabel Sheasly matron at the Han i a M r I leien l i and I Inma a ii Mr rd Mrs Si Third A an I M i i What Will Bring Peace CHICAGO June Col Roosevelt shall eliminate himself as a Presidential candi date peace between the Republi can and Progressive parties is impossible This was the judge ment of the leaders of the Re publican party when its conven tion reassembled at this morning The peace conference was ready to report progress but that was all that could be said The Progressive conference had agreed that there would be no deliberation on getting together on the question of policies but insisted that Roosevelt was the one man to lead the fight of a reunited party So it was de that unless the situation A oclock although the doors had been open for an hour there was less than in the hall No one cared Id Taylor co as to what was to he done i The leaders themselves shortly afterward He v a aged 70 and well known in Irand The encampment today pa re st ini ip pn p 1 as place for the Following a parad grand j and view C tile re M Marian Mis i commander the following v elected the h S a nre 1 ning the advisability of estab 1 a county workhouse They al hav so called the commissioners attention L to a proposed purchase of the Junk i m t replace the Willard Home were also made to reducing the electric and r o i at the county home They i commended accepting the new ir H V as by the Penn Pub lie Service Co The presentment follows We bei to report that we have j and the county and lind the House in condition but would if v I ra in Ani June II 11 y x va Mis Mary Jamison who H Fee ijt lhe county commissioners repair l r of the standing lights round t a tilc The general condition F 1 of the County Home Tie Iev M M Smith cost of the water sup i py at the County Home can be reduc I ed considerably by the general repair i of the particularly of the Rev II p i replacing the present 1 LISL wln lne check faucets 1 ignorant IH in store Senator o as to what the day K Km medial Penrose 1ennsylvania said that he did not expect that the Republican nominations would be possible today While the situation still is mixed he said there still is the that a candidate can be agreed upon who will com mand the support of everyone There is no reason for hash and we hope to start the cam not later than midnight on The Republican convention he lies M L ou i department chaplain The re elect II T Sianwood aid fod J 1it J Henry ihc proposed i I lion C J h School have M Smik J T Iavis 1 The Rev J F Miller I R li ii How we L McKee Hy lhe w Y rate submitted by the Penn Public Service company the replacing of the present by new and improved lamps the cost of electrical supply cleared up the convention would j refuse to be hurried proceed to the next order of bus and let the candidate be for placed in nomination lhe leaders were anxious I to go ahead and nominate June it up for Roosevelt and put the issue of i Theodore Roosevelt the Pro whether he would be accepted by National Convention the Republicans or whether called to order at to that party preferred to KO day The radical delegates went again squarely up to into the convention determined the Republicans to nominate their leader before The Progressive leaders could r clock this afternoon The prevent this but whether they conservatives were trying to would do it only themselves i hold them back Whether they know We will lay our report I will be able to do so remains to before the convention said Sen seen ator and as soon as it is At a gigantic demon adopted will proceed to the nom tration for Roosevelt was start At that time it was feared The Republican convention that the shouts and cheers was slow in getting together to would last the remainder of the day Most of the State delej afternoon gates held conferences in their j Thl hotels trying to determine were at The usual the Roosevelt iii Chairman crowd of spectators were also his llu linu absent despite the I net that it was the first time since Continued on that it had stopped raining Theater Tonight The Edge of the a five part Society drama be ing the story of a butterfly type of girl a youth and a brilliant young lawyer Saturday The Sub The Flour HACK is really a You will find this in every sack Centennial Is only 111 days oil spruce up for marine Pirate and Ruth Roland in tju occasion Well clean and The Red I better quicker and draper K H Cu For service and Satisfaction g anel Heating For Only percent reduction on all baseball gloves masks and bats Lasts only one week J Johnston News Phones Indiana I lye Works My will be closed from June to the last week in July Dr Coming in Eternal tjie Strand tf in ii School here will e Io as i a i ell ed or in tile new i eh i now under s i o n Tlie i he t i hat lie t fl i in ie 1 d their A K o was ci iIM i f 1 i o e the election of l epre IVe to the IKS 1 11 a I llei Colonial Today Hi Myer Ruby Theby in Th Model Husband o ihe mailer and iir aid iiit of ior Week and lth of July flUe al for Sam In Dur t stie at j i ni iros1 fruit and produce Ion e your own u own decorat has an showing for Can be ned foi a number of Can be used for a number of Saturday buyers Sec Mr Ross before buying 1 P New Shop TIMM AND S IOUS Cur n v Saving Ma These this week at lhe Io use all the hi TV of i ie ma e ri ai tak will lie wat M is a can ho reduced at least a third We further recommend there built a new wagon shed to the present one and that the crib be raised and repaired After an inspection of the lard Home we commend its as found under the able managements Miss Mabel Sheasly matron On inspection of the county we find the locks of the jail in of repairs is also recommended that the jail be arranged for better classifies tion of prisoners that the in the residence part be refurnished J that the porch on the north side beef repaired that the boiler hot water be enlarged that the ing on the west side be repaired that the east porch be enlarged We further report that we mend that the county get in touch with the of adjoining counties in regard to establishment of a joint county house in Indiana county where we care for our own prisoners and of other counties in a like manner inj which ours are now cared for We recommend that the commissioners investigate the ity of purchasing the Junker to take the place of the Willard home 1 now maintained contrary to law Continued from Page Drastic Step Taken to Stop Strike at the Foster Mine Yesterday Sheriff Harry A Boggs accompanied by deputies went io the location of the Foster mines and evicted families from homes There has been a strike on at the Foster mine for several it is saiel that the 25 heads id families were responsible for the continuation of the unpleasant ness The remainder of the minors that they would return to work this coming Monday if the 2 5 men were sent away and after con step was agreed upon The evictions were made without any and the families are now in Salisbury Avonmore and At the same time the Sheriff of Armstrong county evicted 12 families from the Hicks mining town just the boundary line of Indiana and Armstrong county A similar if affairs to that existing at is in there BOARD CHOOSE OFFICERS T Mrs M Ella Elkin Is Head Indiana Board fo Mothers Relief Mrs M Ella Elkin of Water was chosen president of the Board of Trustees to administer the Moth ers Pension Fund in Indiana at the first formal meeting of Hoard held in the New Century yesterday afternoon Mrs S J ford was chosen Clyde W Seanor secretary and S VV Rose treasurer All the are from Indiana the remainder otl the board being of Adda Rowe of Blairsville Mrs waite of Cherry Tree and Mrs ry Mauk of Rochester Mills At yesterday afternoons the board received some 40 tions for assistance and the applies tions are being thoroughly gated before grants are made ports of interest will be given time to time than any other way an e i Million if done You can allord a u i 1 J v he n r ed tlie er as the thousands of other the M a ry ei s who say they c mid no keep h thine of without It would pay you to th and e Mi o iS M IV le i you all about them and decide i for rat i j pn me llu na will ills ii le a smal allotment o hee leed on terms i in another mi all it of shoes for wo men Shoo June U ami 10 a at and y re h a week and will be ing till i oclock e remainder of thevan atloid a H cc i Ill li u M lhe I Tlu millions will ake jusi aie dol Holbrook Klinn j lar for tiie h io a At his in The ID in the a a clock ol The stamp of is as obvious m lint TIKES as it is J li any other handmade article of genuine worth Mileage is built into j slowly and hand T and Supoly 1nie means Real Value for your is what a of New York stovt The is a and regeneration Dont this wonderful at the Strand to day goo machine it all and makes of records without as well as one costing to you Stewarts auto livery will take you tiny place on 2J57W For Only Twentyfive percent reduction on all Mball gloves masks and bats Lasts only one week J D Johnston Shop HE reward for infor mation leading to the discovery of the persons broke the windows thy storeroom 5th owner 444 Episcopal Food Sale In the Parish room of the Saturday afternoon at 8 Phone orders to Mrs Hugh Ml Water street For It pays to pay the price that See E R Lumsden at all times for your heating Busy Before you do your ping see Frank produce where you pan and the fop the uth street opp You dont buy i II i J t i1 r t expect mwh ti cant expect mw
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