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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PttK Perfumes Hoiiblgant Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gallet Spiehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus SPECIAL GoCart Sale for one BEGINNING June 6th We sell our remain ing stock of GoCarts at less than We have marked the ones down D We expect these prices to close out the stock in one If you think of buy ing GoCart this do not miss this opportunity Turner The House Furnisher June B B boys summer clothes Well fit your boy for va cation antics make him look right and be specially easy on your he needs from Eompers to fine Clotb Boys Wash Ga lation Sailor or Russian 2 to to Strong line Boys Madras and Wool Sailor Blouse Suits ages 2Va to Tan Mix or Brown to Boys Blue Serge Suits with regulation Knickerbocker to Boys fancy mixt Suits with regular Knickerbocker to Boys Mountain mountain briars have no effect Knickerbocker Boys Play 50c to Boys 25c and BOGGS Plunges Over an Embankment at Instantly Killed HILL ROASTS Former New York Senator Says Nebraskan Ruined His Party FAVORS JOHNSONS NOMINATION Erstwhile Democratic Leader Sails for Europe But Unloads Cargo of Wis dom Before Departure Ridicules Bryans New June Hill former United States senator and foj long time leader of the Democratic party in this sailed for Europe on the steamer Discussing his retirement from active Hill said There is no Democratic When I met the late Governor Altgeld In a little room up a backstairs in t small Chicago hotel shortly before the first socalled Bryan convention I told him that the policies which he repre sented would drive the Democratic party to when he begged for another try four years I You are most be fore you have absolutely ruined the But Bryan was as I saw the futility of a minority report wltb only ten voles to back I admit that the Republican party is badly disorganized the present Both parties are There was an opportunity but I fear that It has been The key of this political campaign should be the candidate of po litical What else Is he He Is put before the people as a candidate by the power of political Nothing Now both sides In the coming political will have to go to the masses for their They must draw from the and what bet ter man could stand against the candi date representing the power of pat ronage than John who spent his boyhood days In a county poor Think of it And from what I have been able to learn Johnson is more than a mere neartolhepeople He is a wellbalanced man and an able Every time Bryan T kept the it makes me He has kept the faith He kept It out in his own which is now Republican to its political The Democratic party never want ed Bryan wanted the Democratic He forced himself on the party In 1S9G and again on what was left of the party in 1900 and now in 1908 he calls himself the Demo cratic party and I have kept the NO PASSENGERS writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Poleys Kidney Rem It cured me of a severe case of kidney trouble of several years It certainly Is a good and I heartily recom mend Bessemer Towerman Says Signal Was Set Against Train Account for the Accident The locomotive and tender of Erie passenger train G went down an embankment at at 2 oclock this Engineer Prank of wat pinned beneath the engine and in stantly Fireman Guy of Is in the He will probably The train was running at a slow rate of speed when the accident oc The accident occurred at the exact spot where Erie train 7 went over the embankment a little more than two years Towerman who was in charge of the sta tion at Court declared this that UIP signal was set against train 5 and that his duty was fully He cannot account for the accident in any manner and the supposition is that the dead en gineer may have either fallen asleep i or something happened to him In the Fireman Cole was standing in the door of the cab when the engine lurched and started on Its fifteen foot slide over the He was tossed as If from a catapult fifty feet where he bleeding and Within twenty minutes he had commenced to recover his but was unable to give any definite account of the An error was made in some manner and the only man who could have explained It has gone to his death beneath the shattered Not a car left the rails and not a person was injured aside from the engine The people in the Pull mans were not awakened and when they were finally they peered out sleepily to see what was going Train 5 Is due In Greenville arrived near ly three hours CUPIUL Will Contend in Republican Convention for Planks Fav orable to Their Causes CONTESTS COMPLETED TODAY National Committee Hopes to Finish This Phase of Its Work by Knox and Cannon Boomers Putting Up LargeSized June Republican national committee han reached Texas In the alphabetical list of states In de ciding contests for seats on the tem porary rollcall of the national conven which meets June The con tests considered Involved two delega tlonsutlarge and twentyone district a total of fifty Of Taft Is almost certain of fortynine and may have The uncertain delegate halls from the Eighth district of Tennessee and it Is not known how he will He be to the Oliver faction In that the majority of whom were Instructed for StEY TKLM POLITICS Lauds Bryan and Predicts a Close Race in November for The Presidency splitting of the Is not likely to make any difference to inasmuch as none of the Oliver delegates was Instructed for anybody and the greater number of them bad been directed to vote for The hearing of these cases produced the only picturesque scenes of the Jesse counsel for he Oliver asserted that the Hale men came into the hall armed and displayed huge hatchets with which he said the lives of the Hale men had been Newell chairman of state central supplied a sounter Irritant to the 1 ttleton hatch Hearst Gains New June votes of 502 election precincts out of a total of In this city have been count ed In the inquiry to decide whether Hearst or George McClellan was elected mayor of New York In Hearsts net gain thus far is of which 27 were added when the contents of 112 ballot boxes were re In some of the boxes opened late in the day Mayor McClellan made greater gains than did both taking votes which had been credited to the Republican can Murrill June coroners Jury has exonerated Nancy Mur rill for killing Mary Murrill killed Terry It was she had stolen Mur rlUs iusbunds Took His June home of Antonio a welltodo was entered and his two chil a age and a baby girl of sixteen together with In silverware and other valua are It is feared the children are held for On Chautauqua Lake The Protected Home Circle will run a SPECIAL EXCURSION Via ERIE From Greenville To Celeron And Return June 18th Special train leaves Greenvile at Fare for the round Adults Children For fur ther information call on agent Erie or Schadt Committee Daniel Houlk j GEORGE The work of the committee excited much less Interest than that of any previous who were numerous on former were I for the most part absent and as a rule only such people visited the Coliseum j as had business to South Carolina contests were the first they being from the First and the Fifth Both of these were given to Taft after short hear1 Heres Ticklish It Is possible that a hard fight will result in the meeting of the resolu tions committee over the opposing which will be presented by representatives of the American Fed eration of Labor and the National As sociation of It has al ready been announced that a confer ence of labor leaders ia to be held for the purpose of demanding that the platform contain a plank declaring against or at least greatly modifying the use of the Injunction In labor dis James Van Cleave of president of the National Asso ciation of anticipated the labor conference by Issuing a for mal In which he bitterly tacked the position which the union labor men are expected to He declared that anything approaching an advocacy of class legislation should be avoided by the Republican party and assorted that the union labor leaders who have been mentioned In connec tion with the coming and he named Samuel Gompers in particu are members of the Democratic party and should not be recognized by the Chicago Let them take their doctrine to he said in his They will not support the Chicago ticket no matter who may be nomi Tennessee Cases The hearing ot the contests from Tennessee occupied by far the greater part of the each side being al lowed two hours for presentation of evidence and The fight here grew out of a factional struggle over local Issues In all of the Hale element being instructed for Taft and the majority of their oppo who were dubbed the Oliver being also for the secretary of The result was that the Taft men were seated In all but the Eighth where the delegation was di at the earnest request of Na tional Commltteeman who asked that it be done in order to give toe Republicans of that district an im proved cbance of defeating the pres ent Democratic The et exhibition by telling In his argu men ot the desperate fight which the tlale men were compelled to make be tore they were allowed In the hall and of how a big colored man was about to chop him with an Oliver hatchet be fore some of the Hale men put the negro suddenly Into a state of His account of the struggle in the convention hall was received by the committee with much The hearing of the Texas cases came next and In these the contests over Texas delegatesatlarge and from the Sixth and Fif teenth and Sixteenth districts were and after a brief hearing the delegates from the faction headed by Cecil the present national committeeman from that were The reorganized Republi ans who contested In every one of these were completely de not receiving a single After this decision the committee ad It is though no official announcement to that effect was that the contests in the Second and Twelfth districts will bo withdrawn and that the arguments will concern only the Tenth and Eleventh Finish Work The delegates seated from Texas are not but Commltleeman who directs affairs assertedthat no doubt their votes will be cast for It is the earnest desire of the com mittee to finish its work by and In order to facilitate this It has been decided that the remaining con tests from Texas are to be consolidat as will also be those from The situation around the hotels was but little more active than no entire delegation being as yet upon the The most important arriv al of the day was that of Wade attorney general of who brought with him a draft of the plat He refused to discuss its provi but asserted hat in his opinion It would be the best platform that any political party has sanctioned in recent A number of Pennsylvania delegates arrived and announced that Senator Knox was in the fight to the and the bigger the fight the brighter they believed his chances would Stevenson of who opened the Foraker made a sim ilar announcement in behalf of the Ohio asserting that he would not under any circumstances withdraw before the end of the BABES DIE IN TRUNK Hide to Avoid School and Are Smoth ered to Pall June a long search last night the bodies of Joseph aud Andre eight and five years were found locked In a trunk In which thechil dren are supposed to have hidden themselves in order to escape going to The trunk has a spring The medical examiner decided that their death was due to The interior of the trunk and the cloth Ing and bodies of the children gave evidence of the struggles which the little ones had made to escape beforo death finally overtook Joseph and Andre were the eons of and Henry who work In the and the little ones were left in care of their older broth who was supposed to get them ready for Wilfred is eleven years He says that be thought Joseph and Andre had started for school when he left the house to attend school himself and he knew nothing about their disappearance un til he returned Joe Jeffersons Son New June Jef the oldest son of the late Jo seph the Is seriously 111 at Lukes hospital and it Is tared that he may not He has been at the hospital since May 22 suffering from stomach His wife and child are with of bard and ftStt TO BE A PRETTY Bryan Much Stronger Now Than Ever an Admirer of the If Taft Is nominated at Chicago and Bryan Is named at both of which seems reasonably the political race this fall will be as pretty n one as has been seen in this country for declared Joseph of to a reporter for The Dally Messen ger at the Brie station last Sibley was bound for Chicago to attend the Republican national con The former congressman was of the opinion that Bryan would be much stronger this fall than he was in either of his former cam paigns and he thought the race be tween Taft and the Nebraskan would be a close Sibley said he was a warm personal friend of Bryan and greatly admired the strong intellect and integrity of the great He said that in the event of the success of either Taft or Bryan the country would have a splendid one that the American people can be Justly proud Sibley has just returned from a tour through the holy and He Is burned brown from the tropical sun and his face has a healthy glow which proves his statement that he Is enjoying the best health that he has had In IE After Sibley reached New York he went to Washington and was present when congress ad He fell on the steps lead Ing to his hotel and sprained a lig ament In his knee which necessitates the use of a cane when Sibley Is a great admirer of Senator Knox of this and said that he is one of the foremost men in the country He said If Knox ever retired from the senate he hoped that it would be to go on the supreme court as he Is of the opinion that lie would make an Ideal chief Sibley said that the leg islative end of the government is the only part that appeals to In congress a man can be a free can give and Sibley said that he is out of least for the He Intends to start next fail or next spring at the on a trip around the which will take about one year and he In tends to enjoy his respite from his business life to the TWO WOMEN KILLED WINS FIGHT AntiRace Track Gambling Bill Enacted by New York Legislature FOELKERS VOTE TURNS SCALE By TwentySix to TwentyFive Senate Passes Bill That Puts Stop to Race track Betting In Empire State After Hard Caught Between Safety Fence and Passenger June between a fast moving passenger train and a safety fence at near one woman was torn to dying and another was so crushed that she died an hour The dead are George twenty years Instantly killed William twentyfive years legs cut oth erwise died at the Bolivar To reach the platform across the tracks from the station the women walked to the end of the safety fence starting to the other were caught by Pennsylvania railroad pas senger train They were hurled to the rolled by the train sev eral yards against the pickets and fell beneath the ho whole tratn rushing over heir Sauerss rninnina were scat tered several rods along the It Is said the engineer saw the but It was too late to check the ENGAGE BLIND ADVOCATE Thomas Gore Slated to Lead Fight For Bryan Against June of the determination of William Bryan and leaders of the Pennsylvania Bryan league to do a good job while they are at It In the move to bar the Quffey Donnally national delegates of Phila delphia out of tha Democratic national convention appears in the statement made by some of those They said that their chief advocate In that fight before the national If before the creden tlals committee and the convention it will be the blind United senator from The same authorities say that even If the hopes of Gores friends that be may recover the light of one eye due to tha treatment he Is now undergoing shall not be realized he be on hand In due time In Denver to Uke bold ol tha Philadelphia June a the precise like of which no man or about the legislature has ever seen or expects to see the famous AgnewHart antiracetrack gambling bills are now laws of the state of New Governor by his signature affixed to each of the crowned a legislative the brilliancy of equaled only by its Is conceded oven by those who fought him In the matter to the last ditch and A few minutes before 2 the truly extraordinary session of the leg islature of 1908 adjourned without The decisive which passed the bills were cast by Senator Otto Foelker of the Fourth senatorial dis trict of who crawled from a sick bed and made a sixtymile rail roadJourney to do so weak and distressed In mind and body that he seemed on the verge of utter and by a new William Wal lace of Niagara who was elected at a special election in the campaign preceding which the governor himself toured the district speaking in behalf of his Governor Hughes recorded his ap preciation of Senator Foelkers action In the following letter My Dear desire to ex press my appreciation of your heroic action in coming1 tothe senate this Your courageous perform ance of duty at so grave a risk de serves the highest praise and will long be pointed to as a fine illustration of fidelity and patriotic devotion to the Interests of the I trust that you will not suffer any ill effects and that you will soon be restored to your full health and There was no surprise In of Senator who from fthe out set had been definitely pledged to the support of the governors recommen dation in this Every other including voted as he pro or when the bills were before the regular session in and they passed by the precise constitutional majority of 26 to not one rote too many or too The bills which now constitute chap ters 60G aud 607 of the laws of 1908 in no way so far as their face provisions the state racing commis slon in particular or horse racing In TJhey relate solely to the pen allies for pool selling and as are de clared by the law to be a public Chapter 500 amends the racing law by repealing that provision under which an exclusive penalty of simply recovering at civil suit of the amount wagered was which has applied to gambling within a race track thus exempting such gambling from the penalties operative elsewhere In the and it also pro vides that this general penalty shall in the county Jail or penitentiary for a period not than one wltliout alternative of Chapter 507 amends the penal code in like manner and in addition changes the grade of the crimefrom that ot which any gambling was until to that of a thus bringing the offense within the juris diction of the minor criminal Prisoner Leaps to June Va a prisoner at the New Jersey state killed himself by Jump ing from an upper window to the floor twenty feet Vanea killed him self because of his having been or dered confined to a dungeon for break ing a prison Bailey May New June Senator Joseph Bailey of who has been ill with throat trouble in this city for several has sub mitted to a surgical operation on hla throat aud Is now COB 4itlon Is Gore Will Not Regain June hope pf Senator Thomas Gore recovering eyesight has been given up by his phy his friends and the senator The case Is made all the sad der because the blind senator knows that if he bad sought medical treat ment twenty years ago the probabili ties would have been greatly in favor ot his recovering bis But the treatment he has undergone at tie Ear and Throat hospi tal has borne some There are times when he can distinguish be tween black This U ttpre tfctu he has able to do tor Ike tfelrty   

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