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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED 1897 JUNE 2 CENTS PfiR LODGEMS Massachusetts Senator Chosen to Be Permanent Chair man of Convention FIRST SESSION WITHOUT HITCH Names of Roosevelt and Tuft Greeted With of Commit hi Well Under Re ports Are June selection of Senator Lodge of Massachusetts as permanent chairman of the convention was formally approved at a meeting I ot the committee on permanent It was agreed that all of the other temporary officers con reutloo named on the floor should be made Amid great enthusiasm the Republi can national convention of 1908 began Ks deliberations In the presence ot an assemblage estimated at upward of with the sounds of patriotic airs alternating with the fren shouts for Taft and the other popular the first too Bin of the coming struggle from the graceful orator of Senator Julius Caesar and the Initial Perfumes Houblgant Le Royal Cherry Crab Violets ot Rodger Oallet Splehler and other flue toilet the habltrbuy only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus Bldg j gent sat Governor Harris beside t Warren Kelfer and Wade the I at I ter the draftsman of the new plat form Representative Theodore Bur j who la to put Tail In and the throe close ot HENRY CABOT SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ONEFODRTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in E Turner Thi MIHSI Finlsta 1 PIW iW WfWWW formalities wnich storCeiTthls moment ous gathering Into Tho open Ing session lasted less than two hours and was less notable for the business accomplished than for the opportunity It afforded of seeing again this stir ring picture of the people assembled from every corner of the country to select a candidate for president of the United The actual work of the day was quickly accomplished and to day the various Important commit tees on organi are preparing for the more Important business to Assemblage of the The scene when the vast assem blage was called to order was one of Impressive of animation and of In the central arena sat the almost and back of them their another thousand In with the stand ards of the states rising here and there above the turbulent sea of The points of vantage Immediately in front were held by New Indiana and each having a while fur ther rank after were ranged the other states and territo Porto the Philip pines and Alaska appropriately form Ing the outlying fringe of the official Around this central mass of delegates and alternates swept the long lines of In rising tiers and In solid men and the latter In gay hued summer gowns and with fluttering fans Higher up another gal lery made the entire circuit ot the vast Above this evermov kaleidoscopic scene bent the huge semicircular Its steel girders looped with bunting and ablaze with electric while on every side the national colors were woven Into shields and patriotic sym In front of the delegates waf the mammoth 200 feet square and accommodating dls ttnguished Including ambassa dors and ministers from foreign besides the officers of the convention and members of the national com Notable Figures In The moments before the gavel fell fave the opportunity to inspect the leraonnel of delegates and Grouped In front of the New York del dtlon were Seth Low and General dtewart the unyielding supporters of and further jack Senator Chauncey Uovernor Sereno chsrtrman of the ways and means com mlttee exLieutenant Governor Timo thy Flanking them were the Knox Governor Stuart of Pennsylvania at the with Sena tor Boles Representatives John Dalzell and Burke of the personal representative of In the van of the Ohio con tin Vorys and Charles Just back ot them were Senators Lodge and Murray surrounded by the Massachusetts phalanx to the j right Senators Culloni and with Governor Deneen of Mayor Busae ot Chicago and the Can non forces and to the left Senators Beverldge and Governor George Ade and the Fairbanks Ohio Delegation Just as the opening hour arrived the Ohio delegation swung down the mid dle bearing aloft the blue silken banner with the portrait ot Ohios can went up from n thou sand throats as the woMknown face of the Ohio candidate was borne to the Cheer after cheer echoed from floor to gallery and back again and for time Chairman New was unable to proceed with the opening Again Wisconsin stirred the echoes with a real college which resound pfl through the building and exploded with a final closing It all with the cry of La It was not until that Chairman New stilled the tumult and with brief formalities Introduced the temporary presiding officer of the Senator Burrows of The venerable dignified In his long black stepped forward with a ponderous roll of man uscript in his Slowly the buzz of confusion died away and he began to His first words were barely audible five feet Gradually he warmed to his for he told of the glories of the party he had served so and the wellrounded sen tences carried to the remotest hammered In here and there by an ex pressive Ovation for Not until the senator made the first mention of Roosevelt did the words seem to start the assemblage as by a magic Instantly the speech was drowned In a great which went up from every side as delegates sprang to their waved their echo Ing back the tumult ot the where fluttering fans and parasols broke Into moving color and the whole joined in For a moment it seemed as though one of uproars of the days of Elaine and McKlnley would sweep the convention from Us But the first outburst spem Itself within a minute gradually It subsided until calm came The names of Taft and of Root also sent the cheers tees on perron neflt organization ancl rules and order of and Senator who cut Short the monotonous droning of names of committees by having Ihe lists turned Into the Secretary without There was but and that when Senator Burrows an nounced that Louisiana had presented two distinct sets of officers for Its state He speodlly plained that this difficulty had been adjusted by an agreement whereby IIP member from Louisiana would be rep resented on any of committees of the Cojisressman Burke of Plttsburg took eaiHy occasion to get before the on resolutions the plan to reduce representation at future national It was 2 oclock when the liist formality WDS accomplished and the strains of astir ring national anthem broke forth as the convention adjoufrned and the mtil tltude This morning the work of the com mittees Is while hotel cor ridors continue the scene ot heated discussion over the vice presi and The permanent organization of convention has been fully outlined by the committee In charge of the with Senator Lodge of Massachusetts as the perma nent work of the com mittee on credentials and on resolu tions has been marked by greater diffi and the resorts come from their deliberations Indicate sharp contention before yie final details of credentials and platform are Orders Stray President Roosevelt has directed the district commissioners to tiike steps to have all stray dogs In Washington muzzled for the next sixty This recom mendation was with a view to checking the epidemic ot rabies now prevailing Hearst Pay New June the exami nation of 156 ballot boxes William Hearst made a gain of 109 votes in the recount of the disputed mayoralty election of 1905 now going on Wore Justice hundred and thirtysix boxes have been examined so far and Hearst has gained 337 There are ballot boxes yet to be CUMMINSJJP HIT Governor of lowa Boomed for Second Place on Repub lican Ticket IOWA OPPOSITION DWINDLING Senator After Consultation With White Enters Upon En thusiastic Campaign for banks No Compromise June boom of Gov ernor Gumralua ot Iowa for the vice presidential nomination was the dis tinctive feature of the day In the con test for the second place on the ticket and it received much favorable con Senator Borah of who started the agitation on behalf of the Iowa spent much of the day sounding western delegations In his behalf and announced that he had found much The men tion ot Governor Cumminsa name was received with varying emotions by the TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Mil who killed an Italian In a strike rtot at Bellalre last was dis charged at a hearing on the ground of June a fit of Jealousy Charles Rothwell shot his wife and then killed himself at their home near Rothwell will probably June with a receipt In his pocket from the Norwalk Masonic threw himself In front of a train at Despler and was Grove June cor nerstone of the new state ar mory for Company Sixteenth regi was laid The Masonic fra ternity had charge of the June have been received to start the Fannie blast CONTEST VERY WARM But Taft Men on Platform Com mittee Claim Injunction Plank Will Stand CANNON DESPERATELY AT WORK SubCommlttea of Com mlttee Stands Nine to Four In Fa vor of Organized Labors Conten Lose In Full Juno Taft forces claim to have the advantage In the struggle over the Injunction plank of the They assert that the ap UUUU iGtulvcu niu gill furnace ot the United Iron and polntment ot a subcommltteo of thtr company at West Tho j teen to consider the various contro plant has been Idle since last Novemj verted planks was a distinct success About 200 men are for them and pointed with much satis New June Lewis faction to the fact that Chairman Hop Downing and Fred Williams kins had appointed on this committee from the county Jail at supper time j nine men who favor the Injunction and they a half hours Witj plank and four who are opposed to Hams pleaded guilty to stealing j Taft managers predict a favor Downing was convicted of picking j regult the fuu and the but admit their I Navigation flght will be upon the Great Lakes In the Iron ore jhe still under the lead and coalcarrying trade will open at erghip of Speaker who as a result of action taken at j forces from his quarters at the Strikes But No June William and a three horse team were killed by lightning at his home BURKE DEMANDS CHANGE Penniylvanlan Wants Representation of Southern States June question ot whether or not there shall be a reduc tion In representation In future Re Yhese publican national conventions was dls nolsy demonstration which have fairly cussed for two hours by the committee carried some conventions off their feet on rules and order of business with did not Aside from the names out The basis of the discussion of popular the speakers words was the resolution offered on the floor GOVERNOR CUMMINS OF members ot the Iowa and It Boon beqame evident that In the event the governors candidacy should be more pressed his Iowa support be confined to the socalled Cummins Several e nounced that as a matter of state it for no other they the meeting of the Lake Carriers as sociation No formal time waa set for the June John president of the Delaware River Iron shipbuilding and engine son of John often referred to as the father of the American died at his home In this age Death was caused by apo June walk Ing through the fields with moth Sarah age and her ate some poisoned herb or Both were taken vio lently III and the former It has not been determined what poisoned the June assist ing Edmund a tobacco In removing bombs used to protect the beds Charles age a private In Company one of the Cincinnati was seri ously injured by the explosion of one awakened a stir of enthusiasm for the the man behind the the continued occupation of the Philip pines and a tariff revision which would give just and adequate protection to American These policies appeared to appeal strongly to the as but the greatest enthusiasm on a question of policy came when hej delivered his fervid apotheosis to June hat a mother American Judiciary as the great con of six he oldest eight years the youngest six months should not be held for giving a knockout blow to an officer who sought to arrest her of the convention by Representative James Burke of vidtng that hereafter each state shall be entitled to four delegatesatlarge and one delegate for each votes or majority fraction thereof cast at the lut preceding presidential servatlve bulwark of the Three Leaders In The formal proceedings ot the con vention gave the spectators an oppor tunity to see three of the conspicuous actors on the who moved that the rules of the last convention prevail until new rules be presented Senator Long of who presented the customary resolu tion for the appointment of commit TflOTIflDllU C1 ID uLLumJH Jj Chautauqua Lake The Protected Home Circle will run a SPECIAL EXCURSION Via ERIE Prom Greenville To Celoron husband was the decinfon of Justice Released on said the justice as John the lined up the I am a treat admirer of said the and believe he would hare the sane PIMPLES of blood nnidtu whleh ood but I line found the rtzhl tilnf b 1 tried nil kl And Return June IStii Special twin leaves Qreenvile at Pare for the round Adults Children For fur ther information call on agent Brie or Schadt V Committee Daniel Houck j weimn or fold In 10 ot yoor Sterling Remedy Chicago or MS MNUAL TEN MILLION IOKES WANTED A CASE OF ECZEMA salt or Vlcen that doctors aqayi Taylors Eczema Remedy win wont MM 9oM ter would support the governors lowa Delegation A number of Iowa Republicans as sociated politically with Governor Cummins stated that while they had not communicated with the governor on the subject It had reen determined to assume the responsibility ot pre senting the of Iowa for second place In the event that there devel oped a continued purpose on the part of the Taft managers In Washington to Insist upon an Iowa After the conference it was said on behalf of those present that common cations have been coming to members of the Iowa delegation from all parts of their indicating a develop ment of sentiment hostile to the atti tude assumed by some of the antl Cummins members of the It was stated that of the twentysix members of the delegation the real an t agon lam to the nomination of Senator Dolllver or Governor Cummins is confined to three The conference agreed that as basis of harmony It should be under stood that If Senator Dolllver were nominated for vice president Governor Cummins must succeed him in the senate and In turn Senator Dolllver be guaranteed the support the Cum mins element for return to the sen ate following the retirement of Sena tor thus guaranteeing to Sena tor as was that by accepting the vice presidency he would not affect the termination of his own official Has On the other it was proposed that if Governor Cummins were nomi nated for vice president his followers would be satisfied with the arrange It was also stated that Senator Bo rah had presented Governor Cumminss qualifications to President Roosevelt and that the suggestion had been warmly New York remains in Its unsettled and somewhat embarrassing position to the support of of Gov ernor Hughes for the presidential nom but more or less openly desir as far as the personal preference of most of the delegates is of securing the nomination of Repre sentative A telegram from Boston announced Governor Guilds determination tore main in the Tonight If you would enjojr tomorrow take Art tap tree kpoktet BtonuMh Tablet Tktjr pro4uot an agreeable clttr head and ctouM the 25 SanplM frM at OrU ami June Lelbold was sentenced to twelve years in the pen and his Walter to the Mansfield reformatory for robbing the home of Meads Rosannah age eighty who the fright sustained hastening her June Westbound Baltimore and Ohio passenger train 107 from Columbus was wrecked by spreading rails near Madison Engineer Joe Floyd of was killed and Fireman George Kunlger of Newark was seriously The passengers escaped serious June one of whom was recently sentenced to the reform school at picked a lock In the Brie county jail and es The boys who escaped are John age fourteen Eddie age fourteen Tony age and Leo age State June has been received that State college has been placed on the list of colleges entitled to share In the Carnegie re tirement fund and that Thornton Os dean of the school of mathemat ics and physics and the oldest pro lessor in the was named as entitled to receive a East June hunting blind tigers away from home Constables Charles Gill and George Hosteller of this city have been ar rested and gave bond for appearance at cpmmon pleas They are charged with unwarrantably Invading the homes of Wellsvllle citizens and one count charges assault and June of the most remarkable cases of skin grafting known Is in course of treatment upon Forbes Bailey In this Bailey was burned at the Lima locomotive More than 300 pieces of some ot them no larger than the head of a are The surgeons esti mate It will require pieces to complete the June burglars attempted to enter the residence of Lee one mile west of this A neighbor opened fire with a The burglars returped he One of the burglars fell a bullet in the The others The wounded man was taken to the Butler where he is dying He fare bis name as Peter writes About a year ago I bought two bottles ot Foleyi Kldwjr It cured me ot a ot kidney trouble of It good Ilfejwiajr mead Union League is claiming thirty votes to twentytwo on the full com mittee and expressing confidence that when the platform goes to the coaven tlon the objectionable plank will be missing The after listening for some time to the representations of numerous persons who desire to se cure the insertion of special planks in the appointed a subcommit tee of thirteen to consider all dispute questions In detail and add the finish ing touches to the Hopkins Made Senator Hopkins of Illinois was made chairman of the committee and Major John Lacy ot Iowa Congressman Payne of New York presented a protest from a number ot New York business men against Ing the Independence of the courts In the issuance of John Hamilton of presi dent of the American Bankers asso opposed a plank favoring the establishment of postal savings Mr Hamilton said the bankers believe the introduction of such banks would take from 40 to 60 per cent of the de posits now In the statesavings banks and similar Institutions and would tend to cause still further withdraw als in times of financial The room was then cleared and the committee went Into executive The only business transacted in exec utive session was the appointment of the subcommittee of which was composed as follows Illinois Kansas Massachusetts Minne sota New York North Carolina Ohio South Dakota Pennsylvania Wyoming Missouri Dollln Washington Allies Again Badly At midnight the committee on cre dentials was still in session with every intention of finishing Its work before Six involving sixtytwo had been called up to that time and In every instance the decision ot the committee had been In favor of the Tatt factions and sus tained the action taken last week by the national The contests heard were those in Kentucky and The bitter flght In the state of Louisiana was set tled without coming before the cre dentials The lily whites and the and tans held an ex tended conference late In the day and agreed to accept the verdict rendered the national committee which seat ed both delegations with half a vote No agreement could be reached on the selections for the various com and It was decided not to at tempt to appoint members of any of the convention Pearl1Wight retain his seat on the national committee without Although outnumbered In the com the allies announced that they would centlnue their contests and would carry every one of their fights to the floor of the convention before they would accept final Much Illfeeling was shown betweea the contesting mem berg of the opposing faction in the First Kentucky district applied epi thets with force and frequency and augry disputes between counwl wtrf Ot I a kidney M at could net nt out   

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