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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JUNE Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Oallet Spiehler and other fine toilet Get the only Bratclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus DOLLIVEB A FAVORITE Chicago Advices State Iowa Man Has the Pole for the Vice Presidential Nomination June corporation Is being organized In this city for the manufacture of turpentine and rosin under a new which the leading chemists of the world have been trying to perfect for twenty It is said the Standard Oil company Is trying to buy the June this borough won a suit recently against the Leechburg Water company com pelling it to reduce Its rate for each water residents thought a great battle had been The water com pany has now given notice that an ad vance will be made In the rates for water for domestic June forging Ihe name of a saloonkeeper to a check or to raise money to pay a visit to her mother in Grace Conn was received at the penitentiary to remain for fifteen Sho Is re markably beautiful and numbered among her friends some of the promi nent young men of the TAFT AND DQLLIVER May Be the Names That Will Inspire Republican Juno of Dolliver of There are many politicians In Chi cago today predicting that these names will constitute the next Repub lican national ticket and some believe SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Boxes at ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in E Turner The House Furnisher B B madras MANY STORES LOOTED Altoona Police Arrest Band of Women Working June women were arrested in Gable depart ment store while pilfering from the Two other confed were arrested on the sidewalk outside the one carrying a vav Use and the other a large basket filled with stolen An Investigation disclosed the fact that the quartet had stolen goods from Klines and Shoen felts depart ment Woolworths five and ten cent Sprankles shoe Leo pold Biglers clothing store and Hermans jewelry Before the ar rest was made other sup posd to be drove away with a large quantity of the wagon having been standing in an alley near the shopping With the four arrested was recovered worth of including eleven pairs of two suits of mens cIothingT womens The women Mary Mary Mary Booze and Mary are all residents of this cl and the flrst named is over sixty years of Lot of 32 inch woven Stripe and Check Madras Double fold Madras and great goods for the Line Pekin Block Checks and Broken Bar Case of Suiting Stripo lOc a Nice clean cut IWhite and Colored BWTiite and Colored Imported White Dotted and 50 cent manufactured in These medium and larger Dot Swisses at this have a quicken ing effect upon everyone in terested in anything of the whether for Dresses or other BOQQS A MOUTH Castro Has New Island of Junp invasion by locusts of the state of Zulla in of which the capital Is is taking on a very serious Pears are entertained that crops will be de itroyed and that a famine may Vanderbllt Horse Wins Grand June Vanderbllts bay colt with Childs captured the grand prix de the blue ribbon event of the French which this year was worth about Beautiful weather favored the running of this classic and fully 000 persons gathered at Longchampa to witness the which marked tha close of the Paris Traveler Robbed of June Taylor of Seattle was robbed of at the Union station here while on the way hqrae from Europe with bis wife and that the Iowa man Is as sure of the second place as is the Ohio man the The situation does not justify a but the Dolliver boom Is manifesting such pos itive vitality and has grown so rapidly an to Justify giving Dolliver the center of the The other vice presidential develop ments of the day are The Increased prominence given to Vice President Fairbanks as a candidate to succeed the falling off In the Cortel you boom and a pronounced Improve ment In Shermans The present Indications are tha Secretary Cortelyous name will no be presented to the He has from the flrst been largely de pendent upon the New York delega and how that It seems practically Impossible for him to secure the in dorsement of that delegation it Is pos sible that his candidacy may not be further Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Coolldge said today that if It became evident that his chief could not secure the nomination with out fighting for it he would hot permit the mention of his name In the con There is no possibility of avoiding a not even if Sena tor Dolliver Is as It is evident that no one will be permitted to gather the prize without winning it In the open arena of the assembled convention and with a number of val iant 2 CENTS PER Cannon Hurries to Chicago tc Protest Against AntiIn junction Plank HE IS BITTERLY OPPOSED TO I of DOtb hard and at Miller aStf For best try Evening Rec ord want JURY ACQUITS TRfMMERS Charge of Conspiracy In Metallic Fur niture Contract June be ing out twentytwo hours the jury in the case of the five men charged with conspiracy to defraud the state by ren dering a false bill for metallic furni ture for the new capital brought In a verdict of not Three of the defendants former State Treasurer for mer Auditor General Snyder and James former superin tendent of public grounds and build acquitted on binding in structions from Judge leaving to be determined the innocence or guilt of Congressman Burd Cassel and Joseph the other ac cused Cassel is the head of the Pennsylvania Construction which supplied the capftol with about worth of metallic and Huston is the architect of the cap Itol and also designer of the furnish ings of the Congressional Leaders anc Will Wage Bitter Fight Against Van President of Manufac turers Also on June of a sensation was caused by the unexpect ed arrival In Chicago of one ot tho presidential Uncle Joe He was soon in conferenca with some of the most prominent lead ers of It developed that Speaker Cannons corting was In con nection with the platform and that a very brisk contest on some of the llanks was in The socalled milInjunction plankis regarded by Speaker Cannon as quite opposed to he declaration made at a recent cau cus of the Republican members of the house upon that Cannon and his congressional lieutenants are thoroughly going over the platform plank concerning the re striction of It is not only the speakers personal view that an antiinjunction plank such as Is pro posed would be unnecessary and un but as speaker the house he feels that the formal Action of the Re publican taken only a few weeks ago and Jstrongly expres sive of opposition tofsuch should receive serious consideration before such a piank is finally Intro duced Into the pronouncement of the party to the The speakers views on this subject were outlined to his friends as being identical to those expressed two years when he said in opening the con gressional campaign Cannons Views Speaking for I had rather quit public life now and at the age of seventy quit true to the civil ization we have true to the of powers to the legisla the executive and the which are a check upon each than to retain public office at such a sacrifice to my own selfrespect and such terrible cost to the While God gives me life to live I will not by my act take from any be he rich or union man or non union farmer or shoe maker or doctor or any right which is given to I will not vote for any law which will make fair for one and foul for an Pressure for platform modification IBB Increased to such an extent that CAUGHT REDHANDED Prey Wikesbarre by Assassins the letters had been mailed before Hitchcock was apprised of the action takfcn by his When told of the letters having been lent to Secretary Hitchcock said I regret very much that my friends have seen fit to take such ac tion at this It has been my opln ion all along that the question of se lectlng a manager for the campaign could well waft until nfter a nomlna lon for the presidency has been mad y the Opposition That there is opposition to the ap pointment of Hitchcock as chair man of the national committee Is con ceded by that gentlemans The name of Senator Crane Is heardl requently in connection with the1 and there are a few members of the committee who are seeking to have Chairman New re alned in the The has been thought to rest be ween Hitchcock and Arthur who been Identified with Tafts campaign ever since he flrst announced his Mr has a large following in Ohio nd former Governor Myron Her the present commltteeman from and Charles the brother of the are believed to be committed to the appointment of tha Ohio KILLED BY HIGHWAYMEN TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June N a age wa killed In a runaway caused by an au June i baseball game here John ag dropped dead fall The game was called June wiped out the plant of the Imperia Glass company here with a loss of 000 in stock and on the plant Only the latter is covered by ing companys locomotive shops here which have been closed for the las ten have been ordered on five days this They employ June John Standlsh Covington of Bellecenter whose husband is a direct descendant of Miles has in her home the andirons which and Prlscilla Miles Standish June Landen the Taft forces plainly foresee a conj Of Cleveland was Instantly killed by No Differences June presi dent and Attorney General Bonaparte Intend to go out of office on the 4th of March and Bonaparte has just as little idea as the president of going out This statement was made at the white house in reply to rumors that there existed a serious difference between the president and his attor ney general that would probably lead to Bonapartes the cabinet very sooa after the presidential 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 Kyle Schadt JCommittee Daniel Houck J test in the resolutions committee of the which promises4o be both tenacious and This pressure has so far only increased the determination of those directing the Taft movement to assume a more un yielding If we are to have Taft for the can we are going to have a Taft Is the The platform contains an expression of the belief that a more liberal rule should be adopted by the courts in applying the injunction process In la bor This plank is not liked by some members of the The elimination of any expression on the subject would meet with their hearty Gompers and Van Cleave on President Van Cleave of the Na tional Manufacturers association is urging the rejection of this injunction plank with great The plank Is favored by Samuel president of the American Federation of may be stated upon authority that this plank will not be changed with the consent of Secretary as a result of the conference of officials of his organiza also presented to Blhs defi nite proposals intended to pledge the party to future action which would free labor organizations from the legal designation and responsibility of Another point of issue is on the plank which sets forth the benefits which would accrue to the country through federal supervision or Inspec tion of the issuance of stocks and bonds of corporations doing an Inter stale This plank makes It possible the represent atives of the corporations to make dire predictions as to the result on the election if the plank Is re but it will not be Hitchcock for Letters urging Secretary Taft to ap point Frank Hitchcock as manager of his campaign for election in the event of his nomination for the presi dency by the Republican convention been mailed by more than hall of members of the present na tional The expressions vorable to the selection of Hitch cock were made in response to an in timation from Washington that ad vice would be acceptable on the ones lon of selecting a chairman the next national committee and moat ot falling through a hatch on the steamer Harvard lying at docks The young man was talcing a summer cruise on the June Nina age of who has been visiting a sister is In a dying condition from having taken a mixture of pepsin and gin ger for stomach New June a pickpocket arrested here lost month wbdn a circus was In was convicted In twelve minutes by a jury with a recommendation that he receive the extreme June Bey burn announces that henceforth no raids on disorderly houses or unlawful places by outsiders will be Ho said the police wll do all the raiding June board o education revoked the promotion o the graduating class of tbe high schoo owing to the rowdyism In aUempts to hoist its Only such will be graduated as can prove their Innocence June jor defeated at the Re publican primary election for house of an nounces that he will run Independent Greenberry defeated for will join regents of the West Virginia univer sity are confronted with vhe alterna tive of raising salaries or losing mem bers of tho It Is said half a dozen have better There may be an increase all Italians Who Murder Two Citizens Caught In the June Park a highly respected citizen o was shot and Instantly killo and William a council man of the same In company with was fatally stabbed b The men were on their way home unprotected when near a rail way crossing the highwaymen stopped them for he purpose of As soon as the shot was flred several per sons In the neighborhood ran to the scene and gave the The assail ants were arrested before they could et For a time the greatest excitement and it was all the police 3ould do to prevent the Infuriated throng of citizens frota lynching Four Other Italians who were seen with the assassins have also been placed under They are all in all awaiting a June on his knees and with outstretched Harry convicted ot a crime against his tenyearold pleaded with Judge Holt for Judge Holt sentenced him to ten years in the Western June age a was held to the grand Jury at Denmark on a charge of kidnaping fifteenyearold Stella Un daughter of his Sexton married the girl in He has children older than his Big Jumbo nut coaJ for Bummer use at McDonald Get your cream at the milk Caleb Powers and James Howard Pardoned by Governor Willson HE BELIEVES THEM INNOCENT Bitter Feud In Kentucky Involving Murder of Takes on New and Wlllson Howard on June Pow ers and James serving sen Sen ator are free They were pardoned out of state prison by Gov ernor The decision of Governor Wlllson thatI am entitled to my liberty after his long Sfcd painstaking examination of the records in all the trials I as much a vindication of my good name as If my liberty had come through the decision the average said especially in view of the fact that ten of the In the last trial voted for my I am going home to visit my old mother and will remain there a few weeks in the hope of regaining my If my health Is sufficiently re covered by 1 I shall reenter the practice of law my home Bar unless something much better presents Itself between now and Howard was life sentence In the penitentiary here forfiring a killed Governor William Goe bel In the state house yard on the morning of Powers was In jail at Georgetown awaiting his fifth trial for complicity in the mur der of Governor The pardons to both un Powers was Indicted last year in the Franklin circuit court for securing perjured Gor ernor Wlllson also pardoned him for this alleged Captain Jackson assistant FUSSING JHE PLUMS Senators Warner and Fulton Chosen by the Convention Leaders for Honors FORMER TO NOTIFY NOMINEE While Fulton Will Preside Over Delib erations of Credentials Governor Hill of Maine to Have an Important June flags bandst playing and Chicago gave way tfiday to the many noisy demonstrations which usher In a national The broad lake along which the headquarters of candidates and state delegations are was besieged by Uie In coming1 Despite J iruah of there was an undo of feeling that the multitude waa not as great and the enthusiasm not as feverish and overwhelming as In the times It was observed that some Of the ar riving state delegations were stripped BENATOB secretary of state and a lifelong friend of pardon tp him at Georgetown and secretary of delivered that of Howard Into his handset the peniten tiary V When the prison gate was reached Howard started through but was stopped by the gatekeeper ask the usual questions provided by prison The crowd outside of the prison had been considerably augmented by this time and there was a good deal of handshaking and In going up High stroot to Broadway the crowd passed the governors Governor Wlllson and Wlllson were seated on the porch and when they saw Howard approaching both left their seats and went down to shako hands with Howard thanked the governor profusely for the and Willson in reply said I hope the re mainder of your life will be happy and Willsons face with tor she had been an ardent advocate of both the causes of Powers and How ard and whatever Influence she had with the governor Jt Is certain she used it to secure their She shook hands warmly with Howard andex pressed her best wishes for bis Howard and the party accompanying him then went 4o a clothing where hewas fitted out with a suit of lue serge and when be emerged he did not look like a man who bad been nqr mpre than twp years behind peni tentiary and alternates without the usual quota of strong lung This brought the cancellation of hotel rooms IB goodly number until some of the large hotels threatened legal this unexpected diminution of rev Honor for a It is announced at the Taft head quarters that United Warner of Missouri will bi chosen of the convention committee to make notification to the presidential nominee of his selection by the convention that Obf ernor John Hill of Maine would preferred to bead the convention com mittee on permanent and that United States SenatorCharles Fulton was being moat favorably con sidered for the chairmanship of the credentials These selec tions of the suc cess of the plans of the Taft forces to organize the convention and ore re garded as indicating the confidence felt in that quarter that their strength The selection of Senator head the notification committee Is garded of more than passing polttl The senator la past manderipchlef of the jQiiiuid Army the Republic a Veteran who saw ice throughout the Civil war and resents a doubtful Senator ner is a close personal friend and mirer of the secretary of war should thecoc tlon of that official ing him of that facst would ly contain clear the any tlon of clouds wftlch may In the horizon since the secretarys Memorial day address at Grantr Compliment to Governor The Intended complimenttttoff ernor Hill emphasizes the felt toward what Is re an ordinal Taft during the contest hearing tional mo and earnest and hlq peart Bqnallty is paid tofcaip many His qbJIUji The credentials commlipe Ihlp is a matter Tjw SentOTfVf Ing most carejul con1 From pojjita of only entirely familiar contested bet committee but he which comes to the out a single recpgnll HI m the Is a each ot delegation pnvention with jesides bis appointment would bi4extending tp tie northwest of tbefblggest compli ments of the DeWitta Little famous little Hver pU Harry L   

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