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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING RECORD JUNE 2 CENTS PER IM RRIPF he in engineering Mr f VlliniTO 1110 lie power June Mary seventytwo years dropped dead at the funeral of hnr lifelong Margaret She went to the Church of the Immac ulate Conception during requiem mass and was watching the funeral proces Just as the hearse passed her she gasped and fell June ald proposes to have a tremendous Fourth of July celebration this year and besides reception committee nf fortyfive members has named commit tees on racing and baseball and as well as privileges and New June New Kensington John will accompany Comman der Robert Peary on his ninth voy age of discovery of the Arctic regions and hopes to reach the north Ooodsell has gone to New York and will spend the Intervening days be fore sailing In looking after the sur gical equipment for the June Ensign and his son owners of the de funct private bank of Ensign Son In were placed un der arrest on warrants charging them with The complaint was mude by a depos Schultz alleges the owners of the bank accepted a deposit from him knowing It would be Impossible for the Institution to open 1U doors the following SECOND PLACE OPEN TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June burglars kit of tools and In money were bought for 35 cents at the sale ot un Problem of Running Mate for the Perfumes IdeaL Le Boyal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the habitbuy only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus Bldg itiiittfii SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Taft Still Far From Solution ROOSEVELT EXPRESSES CHOICE 8ays Senator Dolllver or Governor Cummins of That State Would BB Satisfactory to Presiden tial Situation Curiously June the vice presidential situation in a nutshell Is this Roosevelt has announced his prefer ence for Senator Dolliver or Governor Cummins of Iowa for that it Is would refuse the Cortelyou or Sherman cannot get the New York state Indorsementso long as Governor Hughes remains an avowed candidate for president and he has refused to withdraw his name to permit it to be used in connection with the nomination for second The Taft managers announce that they will Keep hands off in this The Iowa leaders in attendance at the convention bitterly oppose Cum mins and object to Dolllvers nomina tion because his election would create a vacancy In the United States senate which Cummins would probably be elected to They regard him as an other Another phase of the situation in Iowa Is the possibility that continued opposition to the nomination of Dolll ver or Cummins will drive many of the latters strong following Into the Dem ocratic camp this thereby endan gering the success of the national and state This possibility may or may not Influence the Allison faction to withdraw their opposition to Presi dent Roosevelts June It is stated at the white house that the adminis tration prefers either Senator Dolliver or Governor Cummins of Iowa for the nominatlqn for the vice presidency The shift of the administration to the candidacy of either Dolllver or Cummins is regarded as the outcome of developments which have indicated that Representative James Sher man of New York would probably gel the support of that state for second place on the It is believed that if Cortelyou had developed strength in New York state sufficient to get the support of the delegation the an nouncement mode in favor of Dolllver and Cummins would not have been Sherman is regarded by the adminis tration as too conservative to take second place on the Either Sen ator Dolllver or Governor Cummins is looked upon as an Ideal They are both advanced in political views and would it is meet the approval of the great west and Pacific coast They are both ready talkers and are familiar with what are known as the Roosevelt companys ofllce June Alice Llpruanfell down stairs while carry ing a lighted lamp and was burned to Miss Llpmun was an Invalid and unable to help June One hundred foreign workmen in the mills j of tills which have been idle for many called In a body at the city building and demanded June valve on the converter at the Bessemer steel plant of the Republic company failed to work and spilled tons ot molten steel over the badly burning three June sit ting with his wife and children on the porch of their home watching the ap proaching Simon a age was struck by light ning and June and dancing about In a boat In midstream In the Allegheny river opposite three Italians were one other had a narrow while the ferry man swam June Building Inspector Knox has notified the school I board that fire escapes must be placed buildings before the opening of the season next fall or the buildings would be June stop Arch Bromley of tho Parochial high school team had an eye gouged from the socket by a pitched Bromley was at bat when a fast in shoot struck him In the June physicians of Governor William Dawson of West Virginia have in formed him that he has He left last night for where he will spend several June Thomas Hughes of Shannopin was sentenced to three years In the Hughes and Stephen Ward became In volved In a fight at Shannopin when Hughes stabbed causing his June While the tenyearold daughter of Oli ver of was pass Ing through a ravine she was shot by some unknown The bullet tore a hole through her causing a pain ful but not serious June Ex County Commissioner John Davis was attacked at his gate by two rob Davis routed the men and saved his diamond which they attempt ed to take from his The rob bers fired at him but June Phil lips died from starvation and exposure in a hospital For almost a week he had been without food or shelter and was almost dead when discovered Phillips was on his way from Cumber land to Bemis to find work when June twentytwo years son of a farmer north of this committed suicide by shooting with a Despon dency over partial blindness with which he has been afflicted since in Quadrennial National Gathering of Great Party Called to Or der at Noon Today KEYNOTE SPEECH BY BURROWS Eloquent Michigan Senator as Tempo rary Chairman Makes Masterly Ex position of Republican History and of Knox and Other Favorites on Every June morn of the Republican national convention finds Chicago on the of with final preparations well matured for candidates and except the ever doubtful vice Bands vie with glee clubs In the packed head quarters of candidates and in the open air marching mobs lu fantastic re galia parade th main thoroughfares singing Taft or While the din proceeds consultations of the leaders proceed Their plans are well prob ably with greater precision than has velt Is The West Virginia delegation hold Its caucus last night and named Sofia tor Scott to succeed himsef as national Members of convention committees also were No dis cussion was had of the alleged sen timent for Roosevelt which exists In the but two members of the delegation who claim they will re main loyal to their Instructions for Taft declare that the Tatt men are the minority and that the defection would be jrreat If a stampede were The hotbed of the Taft detection Is at the Lexington where the West Virginia delegation Is quartered I A meeting was held there last night under the leadership of but It was attended by only a few delegates and a large number who have no vote In the At the caucus of the Pennsylvania delegation tho only delegate not ac counted for was Christley of He Is supposed to have been attending a conference of Roosevelt Lewis and Thomas Phillips were at the cau but they are still against Senator The caucus declared In favor of the plan to change the basis of rep resentation In national conventions so as to reduce the number of delegates from the southern The resolu tion was put In by Congressman James Burke and received the unanimous support of the Governor Harris The Ohio delegation caucused and perfected their Governor Harris The tentative list of officers was revised and the flnarllst elected as follows Credentials com Harry Daughtery resolu tions Wade Ellis perma nent George Cooc rules and order of Noah Swayne vice president of Governor Harris notify Warren Kelfer notify vice president Martin national James Scarlet is the Pennsylvania representative on the credentials com Ohio Is represented by Harry and West Virginia by Charles In the committee on resolutions Wade Ellis represents Isaac T IBITSJiS WORK Custodian of Permits Public View of Several Planks HAVE WHITE HOUSE APPROVAL They Deal With Injunction Railroad and Currency Plank Meets With Bitter June five most im portant planks of the Republican plat1 formulated by President noosei yell ormuae er and Secretary Taft drafted by i r to enforce their to the end that justice may be done at all times and to all The currency plank contains this language The Republican party approves the AldrlchVreeland currency but only an emergency We declare for a thorough and new system of cur rency laws that will be In accord with the needs of the times and which will be morp daptable to the demands of business and more elastic in its char acter as a circulating Tho fight over the antiinjunction plank promises to be the feature ot the sessions of the the first of which has been called for to The preliminary skirmish this plank In waged with Intensity from the moment the pro visions of the plank became directed veil ana oecruuiiy nKainst Wade attorney general of 1 Ohio and now in the possession of prospective members of the resolu tions committee of the national con vention for are hereby They are the planks on railroad tariff re vision and The trust plank is as follows The Republican party passed the Demo provision from the quar Union League Just what progress has been made by the friends and the opponents of the pro vision Is one of the questions which will not be ascertained until tne plank is finally passed upon in the Senator it is Is to be chairman of the is known to favor the elimination of Sherman antitrust law over Demo th lank from the Failing I it is understood he weaver much more mild expression ion the he Its effectiveness can be strengthened reported to Speaker Cannon the delegations from New HltUUll Y UtlCOO ta and its real objects better attained by j New Indiana such amendments as will give to the and Illinois had formally declared federal government greater the Injunct slon and control and secure efforts to obtain similar action by greater publicity the management i other delegations gave promise of of that class of Interstate corporations having power and opportunity to ef fect monopolies and at the same time will interfere with the existence of associations among business both of them having been fancy the June and thrown from the top of a freight John Grunosky of Scranton died In the hospital His legs were cut Before he died he denounced Dominick Oshkosky as his murderer and the man was captured at White carrying them It Is believed that on the stump either of them would be able to fully satisfy the campaign man agers by calling forth enthusiasm for the Republican of hard and at MlllerSc a3tl Be sure and come in Turner Thi Hoyse FirilsHef Chautauqua Lake The Protected Home Circle will run a SPECIAL EXCURSION Via ERIE From Greenville To Celoron And Return June 18th Special Greenvile 656 Fare for the round Adults Children For fur ther information call on Erie or Kyle j Schadt Committee Daniel Houck j JULIUS ever known before and unless the un expected happens or the specter of a stampede rises from Its grave the con vention of 1908 will establish a rec ord for the methodical execution of wellestablished Twelve oclock noon will see the convention assembled within the vast Coliseum with the first flow of convention eloquence from the vet eran Julius and the first opportunity to greet the names of Taft or some other fa vorite with an earsplitting and sight ewllderlng demonstration breaking all ecords for volume and Must Find an In view of the reports that the sena ors speech omits a tribute to Presi dent It Is being conjectured hat the senator will depart from the irepared but whether he does or lot the pentup enthusiasm Is sure to find expression in a vociferous demon Asher the expert parlia mentarian of will stand at Jurrowss elbow to weather any storm may Hinds was with Speak er Reed during the turbulent days of his iron then with Speaker Hen derson and Is now with His genius is for immediately solving the cnottlest parliamentary and should the unexpected stampede show ts head today Hinds will be relied upon to throw against it the full force of precedent and established pro After the preliminary gathering there will be a period of suspense for practically two during which the committees will meet and the organi sation be so that the actual nomination of president is not likely to occur before Roosevelt The promoters of the Roosevelt boom movement now claim that they have secured the services of a dele gate from a state other than Ala bama that will be reached early in tha rollcall to present the presldenti name to the Former Rep resentatlve Thomas Phillips of New declares that Roose velts name unquestionably will be sprung in the but he de cllnsa to give the delegates name o the state he represents In These be will remain secrets un til candidates are placed in nomination The Roosevelt boomers are counting on a stampede ot Taft delegates to the president if they can get the latter name before the convention in a force The opinion was ex preuea by Phillips that the boon Mann West Virginia and Senator Penrose was reelected na tional committeeman by the Pennsyl vania while West Virginia chose Senator Nathan Scott and Ohio selected Arthur Temporary The temporary oflScers of the con as announced by the national are as follows Temporary General M Chief Assistant New Chief Assistant SergeantatAnns Edward Chief of Chicago the William Chicago the Tobias Chicago the John Wesley few York the Lorenzo Assistant Secretaries Charles Ernest Walker Philip Louis Charles Abl1 Allan Todays Convention Convention called to order at 12 by Harry New of In chairman of the Republican na lonal Prayer by Bishop Muldoou of Presentation of gavel to chairman Republican national Call for convention read by Elmer Dover of secretary of the Re publican national Introduction of temporary Address of temporary Presentation ot gavel to temporary Election of temporary Selection of committees on perma nent rules and order of Miscellaneous Committees appointed to meet as follows Permanent parlor 1614 Auditorium at 4 Rules and order of parlor Auditorium f Republican national committee Coliseum im mediately upon the adjournment of the Resolutions in the Francis First Auditorium 4 farmers and wageearners so long as their conduct or operation results in a positive benefit to the The Railroad Rate We approve of the enactment of a railroad rale law and a vigorous en forcement of the present administra tion of statutes rebates and as a AUTO LEAPS OVERBOARD Four Persons Carried Down tb Beath In the New June persona werefdrowned when an automobile carrying a pleasure party of six be came shot at wild speed the advantages f6 nection we commend the appropriation j of by the present congress In order to enable the interstate com merce commission to thoroughly in vestigate and give publicity to the ac counts of interstate We that the In terstate commerce law should be fur ther amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of pier Into The Dead Are Adeline age Rose age John age Virginia age John the was car ried into the river with the but managed to free himself and swim to John one of the jumped from the runaway ma chine as It neared the end of the the but maintaining al Bauer was taken into custody by the ways the principle of competition be tween naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by any means and we specially favor the enactment of such legislation as will provide for federal restriction against the over issue of stocks and bonds by inter state More or less serious Inaccuracy has characterized the reputed textual pub lications of the plank relating to the The exact text of that plank as well as of the plank concerning antiInjunction legislation follows The Tariff The Republican party declares un equivocally for a revision of the tariff After taking his Bauer Invited his friends for a pleas ure With the party he ran the machine down Fiftysixth street at fair Intending to go out on the In some manner the brake failed to work and the machine began to Down on the dock It flew and Nolan leaped Juit in The four victims were carried down into the water and two young who were standing on the dock made repeated efforts to rescue the drowning After swimming to the pier Bauer went to the relatives of the four drowned persons and notified them of tie He then surrendered to Tonight If you would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlains Stomteh and Uer Tablets They produce an agreeable laxatlre clear the head and cleanse the Price 25 BampUm free at Qrlf Greenville and by a special session of congress im the The diver brought the body of Miss Berdon to the surface and re ported that there was no other body In the An anchor chain was attached to the machine and it wai hoisted to the fThe body of Coleman was found wedged under the seat of the but the body of the little Knight girl was not re mediately following the inauguration of the next president and commends the steps already taken to this end in the work assigned to the appropriate committees of the two which are now investigating the and effect of existing In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection Is best maintained by the Imposition of such duties as will equal the difference between the cost of pro duction at home and with a reasonable profit to American and the benefits that follow are best secured by the establishment of maximum and minimum rates which shall be applied automatically to the trade of other countries in accordance with their treatment of our The minimum should represent the normal measure of protection required for the benefit of our own Maintain Living The aim and purpose of the Re publican policy is not only to preserve without excessive duties that security against foreign competition to which American farmers and producers are but also to maintain the high standard ot living ot the wageearners of this country who are the most direct Be tween the United States and Philip pines we believe in a free interchange of with such limitations as to sugar and tobacco as will avoid In jury to domestic We declare for such an amendment of the statutes of procedure in the fed eral courts with respect to the use of the writ of Injunction as will on the Mt hand prevent the summary issue of such orders without proper oonsld and on the other will preserve Ohio Taft June lost a delegate in his own state and Foraker gained according to the statement of Charles the mana ger of the Foraker The nan is Zane Burley of the Eleventh Ohio district and he is under instruc tions to vote for He has says Kurtz that he doeg not believe that if can be elected or even carry his own He thinks Senator Foraker can carry both the state and the country and has decided to bolt big instruc tions for that Governor Hughes Will June Hughes will not direct the withdrawal nil name for the Republican presi dential The governor baa made this announcement in a tele gram to Congressman Parsons of New who is at The governor his position in response to a telegram received from Couldnt Iqne a youmg business man ot committed suicide himself he could Mt   

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