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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JDNB 2 CENTS PBR June Peter a was shot three tines by Jakoo an Aus and tnstantlr Opacic hud lost his job at the works here because of absence from the Since Us return he threatened men at tke He attacked Rosanlottc be came he was working on the Job and polled a when Rosanlotlc shot Beaver June a fruit grower of Patter son alleged before a local squire that John Loeffer and Andrew Roscoe entered his strawberry patch with rifles and began stealing his He ordered them where upon they opened flre on Engll jnyer charged on took the weapon and drove them from his Now he sues them or mall eteu Health Coffee Is really the clos est Coffee Imitation ever yet pro This clever Coffee Substitute waa recently produced br Not a grain of real Coffee In It Shoops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted with Really It would fool an might drink It for No 20 or 30 min utes tedious Made In a min ute says the Sold by all Party who found ring in Arlington hotel Sunday please return at once aud save J16ld Perfumes Houblgant IdeaL Lie i Royal Cherry Crab Violets of Rodger Gallet Splehler and other fine toilet Get the only firstclass KAMERER Bessemer Pharmacy Record Argus BITTER Fight Still Rages About AntiIn junction Plank tfrjed by Roosevelt HE IS 8TROMLY REINFORCED Steel Corporation and Morgan Inter ests Astonish Everybody by Joining Hands With Taft and Qompers In Demand for Such June modified plank has been agreed to by the subcommit tee on resolutions which completed the platform and the full committee was immediately called into session to consider the document aa The injunction plank asserts that tho Republican party always has and always will uphold the processes and proceedings of the courts and has ab faith In their integrity and up rightness It believes the practice should be so modi SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ONEFOURTH OFF You havfe no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the Be sure and come in The House Fiiralsbir SAMUEL fled as to provide that only where ir reparable damage to property Is immi nent the courts may grant injunctions without It la also specified that due notice shall be ot im pending injunction June the Republi convention to adopt that platform on whichSecretary Taft feels he can make a winning the Re publican convention will have to nom nate a man who needs no platform to While this statement is not being put forward as an it is the principal weapon which the advocates of an Injunction plank in the platform are using to compel the committee on resolutions and the convention Itself to make such a It is their last resort and the momentous import of the alternative implied presents more strikingly than could anything else the desperate straits to which the supporters of an Injunction declara tion have been driven by the persist ent fight that has been made against The statement quoted was made by a member of the subcommittee which is preparingthe platform who is friend ly to both President Roosevelt and Secretary It was the result of an analysis of the situation made after twentyfour hours of almost continu ous service in the committee room and undoubtedly presented his view of the he said Not Fair to It is preposterous to ask Secretary Taft to make the race for the pros dency on a platform which Is not to his liking and especially in view of the fact that it is generally known that he has been giving much attention to the framing of the partys declaration of princfpfes and To do so would be to place him In the attitude in which Cleveland wan placed when he waa compelled in 1892 to re pudiate his partys tariff and it la doubtful whether he would want to the race under such It should also be borne In mind that the question ot Injunction touches the labor an element which he has been accused ot and It in the very opposite of fair dealing to undertake to compel htm to go before the country on a platform which af fords no assurance to this class of Us friendly feeling toward Like a bombshell dropped In a prayer meeting was the news that Judge chairman of the finance committee of the Steel corpo and George per sonal representative of Pterpont had Joined hands with Presi dent Roosevelt and Samuel Gompers In the fight for an antl injunction plank in the Opponents of the plank could scarcely believe the report until It had been repeatedly The subcommittee resumed Its work In the hope of completing it by 4 the time set for the meeting ot the full but when that time came the subcommittee reported that it was unprepared to present its and the full committee took an adjournment until 9 Word From The time during the recesses as well as the time In which the committee was engaged was devoted to strenuous efforts by both sides to Increase their strength on the full For the first time since the fight bogan the friends of the administration ap parently became fully awakened to the eerlousness of the but being aroused they were quite as zealous as their opponents In presenting the situation to their fellowcommittee They received telegrams from Washington expressing the views of the presldnt and scrtary of war as to the necessity for the injunction plank and these telegrams were read to all doubtful members of the com one of these messages the president is representd to have urged the wisdom ot the Injunction resolution and to have said that convention should not yield any more to the exttremlsts among the manufacturers than to the extrewj ists among the laboring Drinks Poison by New June Miriam Frances twentynine years of ageva daughter Frank whose home is at the Hotel Walnut and who since last January has been stop ping with her Ralph Bloom a la an apartment hotel drank a quantity of poison by mistake and died shortly SIM 11ELL THE CROWD Chant Old Cleveland Four ars More LODGE WAITS WITH PATIENCE When Upreai teates He Informs Con vention Thfat No Friend of Roose velt Will Him at a Candidate In View ot His Final Declination of the June second day of the Republican national convention brought thai longexpected Roosevelt a whirlwind of enthusiasm which raged within the vast amphitheater of the Coliseum for fully fortyfive min utes and a time presenting to the timid the specter of a Roosevelt stam This demonstration was decid edly the feature of a day otherwise notable for speech from the permanent chairman of the conven Hearsts Gain Only New June A gain of thirtynine votes was made by William Hearst in the examination of 163 ballot boxes In the recount of the may oralty election of 1905 now going on before Justice Hearst has made a gain of 376 rotes in the re count of Weak women should try Shoops Night These antiseptic suppositories go direct to the seat of these weak My Book 4 For Wom en contains many valuable hints to and it Is Ask to mail Ask the Doc tor in strictest any ques tions you wish Shoops Night Cure is sold by Harry DeWltfs Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will In a very short time strengthen the weakened Sold by Harry Wast On Chautauqua Lake The Protected Home Circle will run a SPECIAL EXCURSION Via ERIE From Greenville To Celoron And Return June 18th Special train leaves Greenvile at Pare for the round Adults Children For fur ther inff rmation call on agent Erie or Kyle Schadt Committee Daniel Houck J DBKLIGHTED Senator Cabot Lodge ot for muchpractical pro cedure in placing the convention on a smooth running basis and for the final defeat ot the plan to reduce the repre sentation ot southern states at future national Probably the most important act of the day and the one having greatest significance was the adoption of the report of the committee on seating the Taft delegations practi cally in If there had been any lingering doubt of the Taft strength it disappeared before this decisive ac which in effect placed upward of 700 delegates in the Taft Equally and even more re was the final acceptance of this result by the allies without the formality ot a dissenting minority re port and without carrying the ques tion to the floor of the convention for the open fight which had been long Instead ot this all further opposition seemed to crumble those who had promised trouble quietly ac cepted the inevitable and thus the path was cleared for the fulfillment of plans already well matured for the nomination of the head of the The favorite sons still their bands ot steadfast who will show their loyalty when the first ballot is Sing Dirge for Again every seat was occupied and packing floors and aisles aud galleries and joined in the ebb and flow of agitation and Temporary Chair man Burrows called the convention to order promptly at but the delay of committees In reporting gave an hour for diversion before the serious work of the day was This time was given over to the visiting with bands and vocal bear ing banners and strange devices ot In front of the delegates paraded this motley eliciting laughter and The hit of the parade was a glee which halted before the Ohio delega tion and varied the enlivening strains of Billy Yep Thats with a melancholy dirge for This diversion the convention turned to the committee First was that of credentials the very foundation on which delegates held their seats and It was present ed by Senator Pulton of Oregon in a threeminute speech stating that the action of the national committee had peen fully justified and The report was quickly approved with only a few scattered votes In Lodge Takes the The presentation ot the report on permanent organization was the sig nal for Senator Burrows to yield hla place as temporary chairman and to escort to the platform the permanent chairman of tbe Senator trim and looked an from a later generation than the white haired retiring His had that resonant England twaag which made It ring out to the farthest corners ot the car metaphor and sarcasm which started tfie listeners to attention and The fevered fancy ot an uneasy dream was his Indictment hurled against the visionary policies ot oppo sition The applause had hardly died away when Lodge launched a sentence which electrified the assemblage into its first real demonstration ot wild en The exclaimed la the best abused and most popular man in the United States Crowd Takes the This was the longawaited Instantly a shout broke from the gal leries and was echoed back from the at first only a tempest ot de tached yells and catcalls and shouts ot but gradually gathering force and volume until It swelled to a whirlwind of sound and motion as del egates and spectators rose en mounting waving any thing which could be seized upon to add turbulence to the Amid the tumult the band struck but the crash brass and drums was completely lost In the babel of sound which welled up from For the first minute Senator Lodge stood waiting to occasionally raising his hand for only to awaken a defiant yell twice louder than Fire minutes passed and Instead ot abating the uproar was The aergeantatarms moved up a chair for the presiding officer and Senator Lodge sank back to await a lull In the Five There was no lull or A hoarse roar had taken the place of the detached Pandemonium Let four years came la a deafening chorus frota the full sweep of the as if preconcert each four exploding like the boom ot heavy Fifteen twentyfive Now delegations were joining In the Some had mounted Tennessee and were One gate far to the left had torn off his coat and was whipping it madly above his Texas and Kentucky ap peared to be the center of the agita tion on the New York viewed the storm with calm and so did one of the lonesome Foraker Judge Marcus mounted on a kept both arms In motion with a waving flag and a newspaper and his voice joining in the general Thirty minutes A fuJI threequarters of an hour1 had passed In this bewildering confusion of sight and souiidi For a time fear was felt that a stampede was immi But the political generalswere glad to give the pentup enthusiasm of the multitude this outlet of expres and at no time was there the slightest apprehension among them that the welldevised plans would mis carry by some overpowering move ment Frank the Taft moved about the floor smil ing as the tumult was at its The cheers for Roosevelt today will be for Taft said he with Burke Makes Hard Fight With the subsidence of the Roose velt storm Senator Lodge completed his stirring speech and then the con vention turned to the reports of the other That on rules and order ot business brought a majority report against the resolution offered by James Francis Burke of Pennsylvania reducing the representation of states to a basis ot the Republican vote cast by those Burke presented a minority report in which seventeen of the states A sharp contest occurred on this bringing for the first time before the convention some of Its best known Including of Governor Willson of the veteran Klefer of exGovernor Herrick of Remmel of Buckingham of Wadsworth of New Mudd of Governor Warmoth of Lou ulana and the negro orator from Henry Lincoln The resolution was finally defeated by the close vote of 506 against a margin of 17 votes In a total of three delegates being The change of a single state might have altered the entire Although de Burke said tbe result bad shown a tremendous growth of seutlr ment in favor of this restricted repre sentation and that the future aucceas of the plan appeared beyond doubt Fish Menace Water Juno kill the In the big reaervolr of the Marion ttty Water company dynamite was More than 100 carp and 14 gal lons ot minnows were scooped fwern tke surface and Positively Declines to Permit Use of His Name for Vice Presidency SHERMAN IS OUT OF RUNNING Name of Governor Guild of Massachu setts Will Be Young Wires White House and Re eelves NonCommittal June promulga tion of a letter from Vice President Fairbanks reiterating his Irrevocable determination not to again be a candi date for the is the most Impor tant development In connection with the vice presidential The letter was addressed to Fairbankss Joseph While this is the general sentiment of those who have been supporting the vice largely outside of In yet It remains a fact that his close friendswho have been manag ing his campaign for the presidency openly declare that the letter must be accepted as final and definite in re moving him from consideration for second New York was In a position where If her delegation could get together on the proposition they might have named the but they could notget The friends of Rep resentatlve Sherman appear to be a strong majority In the dele but they seem unable to make it There were some of the delegates still for Secretary Cor telyou others talked for State Chair man and there was mention In the strictly Hughes portion of the name of General Stewart Wood who Is expected to place the name of Hughes before the The only possibility ot New Yorks getting the second place on the ticket lay in a unanimous movement for some The last possibility of such unanimity apparently vanished and Chairman Woodruff announced that the delegation would not caucus at It was said that a telegram to Ed ward who Is regarded as Gov ernor Guilds personal representative In Massachusetts stand by bis vice presidential boom until the last gun was THIStAtE NEWS IN BRIEF June Emmett a teacher In tbe Dayton normal has been miss Ing since Juno June Reese a wealthy and wellknown reel dent ot Mahanoy committed sui cide at the Pennsylvania hospital for the Insane here br June Joseph age Is dead hero from Gerst was bit ten by a dog two months ago and tha wound had apparently June Rocke accompanied by tho members ot his arrived here on the Lake Shore Rockefeller will remain at Forest Hill until June wilt of Bridget Theresa Hanlon ot Latrobe was probated She all her except to the Pauls orphan asylum of tato Is valued at about June Hoff a craneman at the National companys skelp was literally cooked while at The crane he was running toppled over under a heavy He died a short time June a prominent has an nounced a gift of to the To ledo art This will enable the trustees to erect a new 000 additional being available through public Mount June Charles age had a hearing before Justice of tho Peace Rhodesand was hold for court Without ball In connection with the death ot tenyearold Volsta Suchesky of Mount Pleasant on June Beaver Juno parents ot no less than seven chUK dren reported to Chief of Police gee that their youngsters who had at tended the picnic of the Christian church at Rock Springs East had not returned A June Wesley twentyseven years dropped dead from Joy when a letter was llvered to him announcing that by the death of an uncle a considerable sum of money had come to him and con taining a check for as part ot June since he was told that he was suf fering from cancer of the FORAKER STAYS IN Convention Oratory Will Be Reduced to a United States Senator Foraker of Ohio will be placed in nomination for president by McCoy of and the nomination will be seconded by Emery of The Foraker manager declined to give any esti mate as to the number of votes it was expected Senator Foraker would re but contented himself with the statement that he would receive the support of a good number of dele An agreement has been reached by representatives of all the candidates by which the nominating and second ing speeches for president will be ma This agreement ia that only one nominating and one THEODORE teeondiug speech shall be made for each candidate and that the long list of aecondlng speeches which have been heretofore announced will be The speeches for Secre tary Taft will be by Theodore Bur ton ot placing the secretary la and George Knight of California seconding the nomina The speakers who have relin quirted the honor of seconding the nomination are Senators DolHver ol Burkett ot of George Williams of who wu attorney general In the Grant and Henry Lincoln the negro orator of A liar curtailment occurs la the long list at tMondlng speaker of the other can This determination was reached because the proceedings were to be greatly bnV dtH most widely known residents of Cam bria committed suicide himself In the June Margaret employed in the packing de partment of the Heinz wrote her address on the inside of a tomato can Next as a direct result of this she will be married at to Welling ton son of a June Dlxon of arrested on a charge of developed deli rium tremens and cut his throat with a knife which he had He an artery in his wrist and pulled open the wound which he had made in his throat He may June a boiler ex plosion at the Keeler mill at a village a few miles east of Fred was blown to atoms and John Passanger was fa tally The mill wan wrecked and the property loss will reach Markums head was found rods away from the June cal jokers placed a cannon cracker under a chair In front of the office of Democratic candidate for prosecuting attorney of Brooke and then induced him to sit When went off a big hole was torn In Ramseys loins and he is in a serious June AI Republican candidate for county who disappeared about ten days leaving numerous has forwarded to County Chairman Weiss his withdrawal as a Unfor tunately the resignation was not ac knowledged before a notary and as Alwlnes whereabouts Is unknown the withdrawal does not June It Im possible to live with her whom she declared failed to provide decently for her and Is alleged to have beaten her and because threat ened with arrest for writing notes to families near the home of tier parents In For Hazel age a bride of a com mitted suicide by drinking To stop pain anywhere la 29 simply take Just one of Shoops Fink Pain Fain means pressure that is Shoops or Pink Pain quickly coax blood pressure away from After pain painful pertodf With women gat Instant H Tablets Bold by Harry WMMBPMPSBWSMMMSMSIMSMSISf rt 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