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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - June 10, 1914, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               i THE CLEARFIELD Volume VIII Clearfield, Pennsylvania, Wednesday, June PINCHOT SCORES PENROSE AGENT Washington Candidate Speaks Plainly to Congressman CROWD HISSES SLEEK BENNY .Pinchot Alto Advices That Vote for Martin Brumbaugh Is a Vote for Teacher Afraid to Declare Where He Stands on li.iuee. After a triumphant trip through Union county yesterday, Gilford Pin- theProjrressive candidate for the United States senate on the Wash- ington party ticket, addressed a -rowing meeting in the court house at Lewisburg Monday night, and took opportunity to deliver a personal -message to Ben Focht, the stand-pat Penrose lieutenant. Focht, who was defeated for con- gress two years ago, is running again for a vindication, and slipped into the Pinchot meeting for the apparent pur pose of learning which way the wind blowing. He got his bearings in a most unexpected manner. Focht Roundly Hissed. "I see former Congressman Focht behind those men in the ex- claimed Mr. Pinchot during his ad- dress. "I want to serve notice on him and all the standpatters like him now that when the bik rats likeMr.Penrose go all the little rats will go, too." Focht jumped to his feet, but was hisses that he buried from the court greeted with such an outburst of "house in confusion. "The voters of this state have much to lose and nothing to gain by voting for Senator Penrose? Mr .Pin- chot continued. "Ask yourselves what Senator Penrose has done for you, We all know what he has done for the Standard Oil company. Remember Brumbaugh. "And when you vote against Sena- tor Penrose you don't want to forget his candidate for governor. Doctor Brumbaugh is one of those over- cunning men like the'trust me'candi- who were defeated two years ago when they refused to come out in the open and tell the voters what they stood for. Before he was nominat- ed Doctor Brumbaugh also refused to tell what he stood for, but don't for- get that a vote for Doctor Brumbaugh is a vote for the Penrose machine." More than 800 persons attended the meeting which crowded the court- house and over which Burgess Ralph Koser, elected on the Washington par ty ticket last fall, presided. The Buck- Bell students' band serenaded Mr. Pin chot and escorted him frorr the hotel to the hall. The other speaker of the evening was C. L. Johnson, Washing- ton party candidate for congress from the Seventeenth district against' Ben Focht. RECORD WHEAT CROP Nine Hundred Milion Bushels is the Prospective Yield. Nine hundred million bushels of wheat, almost half of the average world's wheat production, and a new record for the United States, is the prospective total yield to the farms of the country this year, the department of agriculture announced Monday in its June crop report. The enormous crop will be 000 bushels more than ever before was grown in the United States in any one year. Excellent weather for the growing crop and an increase of 6.4 per cent in the acreage planted to wheat are responsible. There also will be large yields of oats and barley, probably second in size in the history of the nation. DUBOiS BOROUGH LOSES Verdict of Secured by Man In jured on Street. In the United States court Monday the case of Pancoast against the borough of DuBos was tried be- fore the United States court. A. L. Cole appeared for the plaintiff and City Attorney McCall and W. C.Pentz for the borough. Pancoast was awarded a verdict of for injuries received by being struck by a large campaign banner, which blew down during a windstorm. He had sued for damages. The borough will appeal to higher court as it claims that it is not the re- sponsible party in the affair, placing the blame on the parties who erect- ed the banner. Milton Brown, of Clearfield, was on the jury which heard this case. HUERTA TO FLEE: FEARS THE REBELS Slid to Be Riming Flight to American Lines. AFRAID OF ASSASSINATION. GRAMPIAN ONCE MORE IS WET Judge Bell Grants Licenses to Mullen and Smith A SURPRISE TO THE PUBLIC GIRL BADLY SCALDED Contents of Large Coffee Pot Emp- tied Over Her Body. Saline Doarman, a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flegal, on Park street, was seriously scalded shortly Tjefore noon today when the contents of a coffee pot were thrown over the -upper part of her body. The girl is about 16 years of age and was pulling the pot of hot coffee towards her when the accident hap- pened. Miss Loise Denning, who was nearby, gave valuable assistance in relieving the girl's sufferings, and a physician was called. Miss Doarman's injuries are very ODD FELLOWS' REUNION Many Clearfield .Citizens Going .to Mahaffey Tomorrow. The reunion of the Odd Fellows of Clearfield county will be held at Ma- haffey tomorrow, and a large delega- tion of citizens are preparing to at- tend. A special train to and from Ma- haffey will be run over the New York Central railroad at a round trip fare of 90 cents. U. S. WARSHIPS TO HALT ARMS CARGO Mayo Gals Orders to Prevent Anlllla From Landing. Niagara Falls Out, Juiie 1C o will not be abked by the United States to pay war indemnity. The HuertVi government has learned through the American delegates that the Wilsou administration will be content to have set up in Mexico a stable government to succeed Hueita rule. To Halt Cargo of Arms. Washington, June 10 The United States government definitely decided to irevent the steamship Antilla from andiug arms and ammunition at Tarn pico for the Constitutionalists. Early in the day Uear Admiral Majo. at Tampico, received orders from the navy department to be on the lookout lor the Antilla and to prevent by force ,f necessarj the lauding of her cargo Dictator and Cabinet May Continue Peace Negotiations From Vera Crua. Wants to Be Under Protecting Hand of American Troops When He Ab- Reply Ready. Vera Cruz, June Huerta, his minister of war, Gentnal Blanquet and the remnants of his cabinet are considering the advisability of coming to Vera Cruz to complete mediation lie gotiatkm.s. Information from a source as to make it authentic is that the plan now under consideration is for Blunquet first to come here, in company with the Brazilian minister, for a conference with Geneial Funston regarding the nature of Huertn's reception and whether he would be welcomed within the American lines. It was known that the Brazilian min- ister in the City of Mexico either has been or will be requested by the dicta- tor to sound Washington regarding his entrance of the American lines. From a Mexican who has been in touch with the highest officials in the City of Mexi  dall and others and in this respect the evidence approaches the border very closely. Wont Feature of The wont feature of both cases is the general condition prevail- ing at Grampian, according to the tes- timony. There is evidence that drank en men obstruct the street; that Ala- orderly conduct and vulgar offend the women of the town and passers by on the street; that drunk- en persons are seen comng out of the hotels, and that the use of UqafT ta- 'LET maintained with evident hy somebody, of the law. The that this en- tirely due to liquor obtained by per- sons who cannot buy at the and that for this they are not respon- sible. This excuse is becominC worn threadbare. Any reasonable effort OB the part of licensees in any town to prevent liquor from reaching the pro- hibited class would practically- stop such sales. Whenever it is not shown that such an effort is being actively and honestly made, licensees must ex- pect to be held responsible for condi- tions. No matter what may be the need of Grampian for license that necessity cannot override the interest of public order, and unless the condition com- plained of absolutely stops in Gram- pian and the annoyance of the quiet public ended, this town will go with- out license. Granted on Condition. The court will grant these licenses with a rule to show cause why they should not be will also an order directing the district attor- ney to send up indictments against each of these licensees for sales of liquor to men of known intemperate habits and to men visibly affected by intoxicating liquor, which indictments shall be presented at the September sessions, if request so to do is made of the district attorney by the remon- strants or their attorney and in case of conviction the licenses will be re- voked. This morning Messrs. Mullen and Then. It to with Historical or ory at ChtMrbwck, amoag have ortlOB, with Last, bat M to BtovUm oaf far a moot mot H that tha sooatM wot Junta He Will Accept Mediation 'on His Own Terms. Washington, June re- ply to tlie imitation to participate In mediation was expected by the A. B C. for sobriety was attacked, but the eirvojs momentarily. proof was insufficient. Smith appeared at the prothonotary's I office, secured their orders and after paying the fee were given thejr li- censes, with which they returned to Grampian, highly elated. orated "ratam e( the mutants Mime up tho views at and thotoscongrigiHiMi, I church heada who haw t favor of ondtec the rer" wen eaoted as The ROT. Father the taatous JeMtt: fcothtog othtraNy wramc die. Lstthem start at I up for lost The Brr. Arthwr Waatraa, Bt Matthews, "If refuse food they Even in such .of BOUGHT LUMBER TRACT Dr. Chase Secures Feet Logs Near Curry Run. Dr. C. E. Chase has just closed a contract for about feet of logs near Curry Run, where he expects to move his mill during the coming week This is a nice piece of timber and il -will take some time to manufacture it into lumber. He expects to get a com- petent man to oversee the work anc he will devote his t.me entirely to his profession. Real Eslate Transfers. Jacob Fawhe to Charles Faudie land in Luthersbxirp. John Stewart to John Brown, land in Osoeola. Subscribe for {he Prorgess. Line Officers Refuse to Act. New iork. June 10 was j made at the othces of the Ward hue that that company will make any move to prevent the lauding at Tampico of the ammunition consigned on the Antil- la to the Constitutionalist leaders According to a repot t. Dock Coimuis sloner Smith had been requested by the federal gov eminent to use his in- fluence with the steamship companj to prevent the landing of the munitions "The shipment was cleared from th's port in due form. Collector Ma'one was informed of the nature of the ship- ment and asked If there was an} ob- jection from Washington to its being sent He said that there was not." said an official "Xow the company has shipped the consignment and is responsible to the shippers. If we should refuse to land it we would be liable for damages. If any move is to be made to prevent the landing of the munitions it w 111 have to come from the government Constitutionalist repiesentatives here admit that it accepts "mediation on his own terms and the} are im lined to doubt whether the replv would be sat- ibfac-tor} to the mediators It was stated heie that everything is now readv for the drafting of the protocol The United States commis- sioners communicated a counter piopo- sat to the mediators, which differs in several respects, from the draft approv- ed by Hneita; but, according to Secre- taiy Bnan, the points of diffeience are six h as not to present any insurmount- able obstacle He believes that the Hueita icpieseiitatives, will accept the changes suggested by this government. Expect Protocol to Be Drafted. It was hoped in official quarters here that the joint session at Niagara Falls, when all of the parties to mediation are to be present, w ill find the drafting of the tentative protocol begun. If the suggestions of the United States are accepted will make no difference whether Cairanza's participation conies ROOSEVELT GUEST OF SPANISH RULERS Cordially lefcoart aid tertataad at Lmdm Madrid, June Alfonso and Queen Victoria of Spain entertained Theodore Roosevelt at luncheon at their summer palace, La Granja, forty His cause is said to have been full} taken caie of and provision made, so that the Constitutionalists will have adequate representation in the propos- ed new provisional government of Mexico FEWER STRIKE PICKETS. Only Twenty-five Allowed to Question Workers In East Pittsburgh. Pittsbiugli, June ingent or- ders trom the police of East 1'itts burirh redu  terday afternoon, tola, Tfcay tall Pittsburgh. All morning. Socialist Conference. A conference of members of the Socialist part} of th'S district was held here yesterday J J. Kmtner. Esq., was among those present. sales to Clarence Warden, as to whom it is not clear when the sales were made and whose reputation seems to be that of an intemperate man; Dan Nolan, reputation is not shown, except that he was drunk on the occasion referred to; Al Mc- Dona'd, who is said by a witness, to get on peiiodieal drunks, though the witness also statps that he never but the} tlal it politc-lj, knowing tint i heartj McDonald's reputation for so- insolence would ic-sult in the iminetli ate vvitudrivvai ot all pit Around the factones m the1 stieots and on the hill- overlooking the works humlipd- dence of sales during the past year; be given." -m Bt The piemler and his family will at tend the wedding. "There ate- other a court official said "whom we Spanlnrdu re- and aduiiie more than Sir. Kooue WON MS Y "Theie are ignorant and unedwiitMl people eveivwhere, and if anything disagreeable happens to ClearioU at Yak Cotttflo. F. Gregory Hartiwfek woa collegiate IctUr rrar won at ton by a Cloarflold boy. at taw Princeton dual moat. Fhw horn _ r____ for first aiaco in the Ugh jaata, i Mr. itoowvelt j jumping 5 ft. 11 inchoa. Each af 4 during his staj uveij edu  not acitvted bv the i, i lo believe the h i- -t rtU.l clown t-' a test of en e briety referred to. Defines Intemperance. This tpstimom is hardly sufficient to establish violations of law. To be a man of known intemperate hab- its a man must be vhiblv affected by liquor to such an extent that it is spoken of in the commumtv Such ma} be the fact as to these per- Good Team for Sale. I have for sale a good team of black work horses, eight and nine ears old. Call or write Chas Hobba, R. F. D. Osccola Mills, Pa. June 10, ot. was prMentcd with tho arhorf T. Gregory hat boon a m track and qualified for tko coilegiate track moct at tho stadium but did not get a A Hotel fcnaor. It rumored that tho DoBata ing company will take Central hotel. Curwctiavillo, aa t it, although it bat no liqoor (lurin Advertise tn the Progress Motored to Penna Cave. Six automobile loads of men and women, some of the latter active mem j FOR SALE Largo sers, but the onh case which can be bers of Trinity church sewing club, i goeart, said to up to the standard of started on a. tnp to Penns cave, Cen- I new. Call or write at. i proof v ould be that of Clarence tei county, this morning. j Progress   

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