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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PBH rf Charged With Serious Julia of Sandy of the Squire Thomas of that once prominent man In business and politics In this brought to Mercer on Monday to answer to a charge of producing Kirk was detained under the sheriffs surveil but was not placed In when ball offered by her daughter was accepted for Kirks appear ance at a hearing today before Squire of this The a Miss Is as a result of the act with which Kirk Is Consumptives Made Foleys Honey and Tar has cured many cases of incipient consumption and even In the advanced stages af fords comfort and Refuse any but the genuine FoleyB Honey and Bessemer of writes This Is to certify that I have used Foleys Orlho Laxative for chronic and It has prov en without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this and It Is with pleasure I offer my con scientious Kam Bessemer itiiiujiiiu 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 Be sure and come in E Turner The House Furnisher B B mens suits ten dollars Selection from odd lots mens and Suits Fancy Mixt two or three piece also Blue Serge Fancy all neat medium or dark Grey Mixt Cheviots or Blue Serges good regulation doublebreasted All odd but all sises in the altho not in any one Plenty of other Suits at other Broken lines reduced to these prices and New just out ot the tailors hands ad vance styles for those looking for dressy new vacation BOQQS db BUHL NORTH BUILT TOSUIT TAFT Republican Platform Shaped According to the Desires of Standard Bearer MODIFIED INJUNCTION PLANK Platform Declares for Postal Savings Admission of Arizona and New Mexico as States and Regula tion of Railroad Stock The platform of the Republican adopted by the national conven tion ot 1908 at contains this declaration of principles In the greatest era of Ameri can the Republican party has reached Its highest service the leadership of Theodore His administration Is an epoch In American In no other period since national sovereignty was won under Washington or preserved under Lincoln has there been such mighty progress In those Ideals ot gov ernment which make for equal ity and fair dealing among The highest aspirations of the American people have found a Their most exalted servant represents the best alms and worthiest purposes of all his Conscience and courage in public station and higher standards of right and wrong In private life have bscome cardinal principles ot political faith capital and labor have been brought into closer relations of confi dence and and the abuse of the tyranny of pow er and all the evils of privilege and favoritism have been put to scorn by the manly virtues ot justice and The Revival of Nothing so clearly demonstrates the sound basis upon which our commer Industrial and agricultural Inter ests are founded and the necessity of promoting their continued welfare through the operation of Republican as the recent safe passage of the American people through a finan cial disturbance If appearing In the midst of Democratic rule or the menace of might have equaled tha familiar Democratic panics of the We congratulate the people upon this renewed evidence of American su premacy and hall with confidence the now manifest ot a complete res toration of business prosperity In all lines of commerce and manu Recent Republican The many wise and progressive measures adopted at recent sessions of congress have demonstrated the patri otic resolve of Republican leadership In the legislative department to keep In step in the forward march toward better Notwithstanding the Indefensible filibustering of a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last session many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted and we especially commend thepassage of the emergency currency the appoint ment of the national monetary com the employers and govern ment liability the measures for the greater efficiency of the army and the widows pension the child labor law for the District of Co the new statutes for the safe ty of railroad engineers and firemen and many other acts conserving the public Tariff The Republican party declares un equivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress Im 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 congress which are now Investigating the operation and effect of existing In all tariff leg islation the true principle of protec tion is best maintained by the Impo sition of such duties as will equal the difference between the cost of produc tion at home and together with a reasonable profit to American We favor the ment of maximum and minimum rates to be administered by the president under limitations fixed In the the maximum to be available to meet dis criminations by foreign countries against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to repre sent the normal measure of protection at home the aim and purpose of the Republican policy not only to without excessive that security against foreign competi tion to which American farmers and producers are but also to maintain the high stand ard of living of the wageearners of this who are the most direct beneficiaries of the protective Between the United States and the Philippines we believe In a free Inter change of products with such limita tions as to sugar and tobacco as will afford adequate protection to domes tic We the emergency meas ures adopted by the government dur ing the recent financial disturbance and especially commend the passage by congress at the last session of the law designed to protect the country from a repetition of such The Republican party is committed to the development of a permanent cur rency responding to our great er and the appointment of the national monetary commission by the present which will lmpar loreitlgale All Insures The early realization of this The present currency laws have fully Justified their adop but an expanding a marvelous growth In wealth and popu multiplying the centers of dis Increasing the demand for the movement of crops In the west and south and entailing periodic ehanges ife monetary dis close the need of a more elastic and adaptable Such a system must meet the of agricultu merchants and business men must be auto matic In minimizing the fluctuations In Interest rates above must be in harmony with that Republican doctrine which InslsU that every dollar shall based upon and as good as Postal We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the en couragement of The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic opposition and enforced it Democratic It has boon a wholesome Instrument for good In the hands of a wise and fearless adminis But experience has shown that its effectiveness can be strength ened and Its real objects better at tained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and control and se cure greater publicity the ment of that class of corporations en gaged In Interstate commerce having power and opportunity to effect mo We approve the enactment of tha railroad rate law and the vigorous en forcement by the present administra tion of the statutes against rebates and as a result ot which the advantages formerly pos sessed by the large shipper over the small shipper have substantially dis and in this connection we commend the appropriation by the present congress to enable the inter state commerce commission to thor oughly investigate and give publicity to the accounts of interstate We that the inter state commerce law should be further amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the but maintaining al ways the principle of competition be tween naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by any means We favor such national legislation and su pervision as will prevent the future overissue of stocks and bonds by in terstate Railroad and Government The enactment In constitutional form at the present session of con gress of the employers liability law the passage and enforcement of the safety appliance as well as the additional protection secured for engineers and firemen the reduction In the hours of labor of trainmen and railroad telegraphers the successful exercise of the powers of mediation and arbitration between Interstate railroads and their aud the law making a beginning in the policy of compensation for Injured employes of the government are among the most commendable accomplishments of the present Bu there Is further work In this direction yet to be and the Republican party pledges its continued devotion to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment of conditions among those whose labor contributes so much to the progress and welfare of the WageEarners The same wise policy which has in duced the Republican party to main tain protection to American labor to establish an eighthour day In the con struction of all public works to In crease the list of employes who shall have preferred claims for wages un der the bankruptcy laws to adopt a child labor statute for the District of Columbia to direct an investigation into the conditions of working women and children and later of employes oi telephone and telegraph companies engaged In Interstate business to ap propriate at the recent ses sion of congress In order to secure a thorough Inquiry into the causes of catastrophes and loss of life in the and to amend and strengthen the law prohibiting the Importation of contract labor will be pursued In every legitimate direction within federal au thority to lighten the burdens and In crease the opportunity for happiness and advancement of all who The Republican party recognizes the spe cial needs of wogo workers for their well being means the well being of But more Important than all other considerations is that of good and especially stand for the needs of every whatever his In his capac ity as a self respecting Court The Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and integrity of the state and federal will ever insist that their powers to en force their process and to protect Uhariy and jjrpESrty shall be preserved WANTED A CASE OF ECZEMA Salt Psoriasis or Ulcen bat baa baffled all doctors aodotbei Taylors Eczema will positively cure kloie UP Bessemer PUr or tret booklet Wef ttint the rules of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance of the writ ot Injunction should be more accurately defined by stktuto and that no Injunction or temporary restrain ing order should be Issued without no except where Irreparable Injury would result from In which case a speedy hearing thereafter should bo Other declarations In the platform declare For the maintenance of the constitu tional rights of the For the conservation of national re For good For continued development of the army and For the protection of American citi zens For the extension ot foreign com For International For a merchant For liberal For enforcement of clrll service For greater efficiency In national public health For a bureau of mines and For the Immediate admission of New Mexico and Arizona as separate states Into the AFT NOMINATED ON FIRST BALLOT Receives 701 Votes and Nomi nation Is Then Made Unanimous KROX GETS FORAKER 16 of Wisconsin Receives Ova tion Second Only to Those Given Roosevelt and Taft Convention Meets Again Today to Choose Vice Presidential June president of tfce United William Tatt ot Taft on the first Taft by 701 Taft by unaulmois choice of the Such Is the record of the culminat ing day of the Republican national convention of effected ainld scenes ot tumultuous enthusiasm and after a continuous ses sion lasting nearly eight With ELECTED A Grove City College Degrees Ray Chosen At a meeting of the alumni of Grove City a or a as he will like ly be was in the per son of of The alumni is raising money to es tablish a fund for this The object Is to free President Ketler from much of the detail work and give him more time for general and out side j The graduating class numbered 55 and the was au Degrees At the meeting of the trustees on Tuesday the following degrees were conferred Green ville Iowa New Cas In Palls Creek Ir wln Sandy Lake Sandy Lake East PLttsburg Si Clarks Mills Ira North Hope Johnstown Nellie Nevada Pulaskl James Ed causa Du Parnassus Butler Grove j dore with studentllke face Ph D Jeni and severe black clerical ad ninesGuernsey John Rem vanced to the platform to nominate sen Alva John of Ohios He spoke Grove City Clyde Harry with the singing voice of an evange WILLIAM president named and platform enun there remains only the nomi nation of the vice president to com plete this momentous In Its The picture within the walls of the vast amphitheater as the presidential candidate was named was one truly grandiose In its In to the right and below and the billowing sea of restless after hours of waiting and stlned from one emotion to was in a fever of expectancy for the culminating The favorites of several states had been save Knox and La and now on the rollcall came As the Buckeye state was reached the gaunt form of Theo Plttsburg Robert Tay The trustees at this meeting es tablished an oratorical prize of J100 to be given each year to the best or ators of the Junior olass of that There will be three prizes awarded of and TOWNSHIP SUNDAY Thirtieth Annual Gathering of the West Salem Township Sunday The West Salem township Sunday which went ringing through the The close of his speech of nomination was the signal for loosing the long pentup feeling of the Taft Instantly the Ohio delegates were on their other Taft states while the convention hosts In gallery and on floor broke Into mad Everybody Cuts came in a roar from the Megaphones seemed to spring from concealed places and swell the Taft tumult into A huge blue silk banner bearing the familiar features of the secretary was swung before the awaking a fresh whirlwind of All semblance of order had been abandoned and the delegates arena schools held their thirtieth annual convention on Wednesday and June 17 and at Maysville Baptist The open was a maelstrom of gesticulating men Ing session was held Wednesday the guidons of the states were snatched the Taft enthusiasts or borne under by the storm of The band was mere whisper above the deafening volume of For then minutes this up roar It was a repetition of the scene when the name of Roose velt threw the convention into a repeated In Intensity and al most In But there is a limit to the physical resources of throat and relays had not been estab and at last the tired voices died down to a hoarse shout and sub This lull now gave the opportunity for the speech seconding Tafts nomi nation by George Knight of Cali his round face beaming forth on the sympathetic multitude and his splendid baritone voice swelling forth like the tones of a great church Californias tribute to Taft was brief and Now there was another lull In the Taft movement while the remaining candidates were evening when an interesting ad dress was given by On Thursday morning the program ps waa given In this paper was carried out with very little altera After a basket dinner and the election of Brown discussed In an able manner the topic Teacher followed by recitation by Beatrice A very excellent paper on The Twentieth Century Sunday School pointed and of gave a fine talk on The Home Department in the Sunday which was much Splltstone spoke of Methods In Sunday and James Clark spoke briefly on At the evening session a very help ful address was given by ot East The following officers were elect ed Foulkj ulk Tics pUced in nomination Smith Spelr Clayton Ovation fer H was late in the afternoon before the now literally swelter with tha intense heat and weary after nearly seven hours of continu ous reached the end of the 6ee4 of eloquence and the decks were at elear for the culminating act But just as the last of the seconding speech for had died like a cyclone from a clear sky burst a La Follette demonstration which swept the convention from Its very It was the same deafening wave that had greeted Roosevelt the previous day and Taft a little while In tense and maddening and with tha vital ring of genuine It seemed as though Wisconsin had sud denly peopled every foot of the galler The delegates sat calm and wait Ing except the frantic but the convention for the time being was in the possession ot the Now singular transformation oc curred gradually the whirlwind veered from LaFollette to A banner bearing the Roosevelt por trait and waved from the gallery was the signal for the but in the confused babel of voices there was no distinguishing where the LaFollette cheers ended and these for Roosevelt Lodge Orders Amid this pandemonium and with the galleries In full Chairman Lodge decided upon heroic action In order again to make the convention master ot Us He ordered the rolloall of states to begin for the vote on Such a call under such circumstances of Intense confusion has probably never before occurred in the history of national The secretary1 was powerless to make his call of the states heard above the deaf enlng Seizing a he shouted the roll of his voice was swallowed up in the mad uproar the curiosity of the multitude conquered their enthu Blasm they lapsed Into silence to hear the result of the A hush of expectancy hung over the assembly as the call Hasty summaries showed that Taft was far in When New York was reached the Taft column totaled Ohio carried the Taft total to or 20 more than enough to Still the call went on until the final result was announced by Chairman Lodge Announces For Theodore 3 votes for Joseph Foraker of 16 votes for Charles Fairbanks of 40 votes for Joseph Can non of 61 votes for Robert LaFollette of 25 votes for Charles Hughes of New 63 votes for Philander Knox of Penn 68 and for William Taft of 701 The three votes for Roosevelt were cast by delegates from of whom Lewis of Brad was A great shout went up as Lodge concluded his announcement and with one accord the cohorts of Cannon and Knox and Hughes and the other he roes Joined In a common tribute for the candidate of the General Stewart Woodford for Governor leaping upon a moved to make the nomination unanimous Senator Penrose for Knox and Boutell for Cannon and Henry of Georgia for Foraker and Wisconsin for LaFollette seconded the movement for a unonlmous vote to the candi The vote was given with a ring Ing cheer and then with shouts of exul tation over the new candidate the convention adjourned until 10 oclock this when the nomination of vice president will be Contest Over the Earlier in the day the battle over the platform had occupied the close atten tion of delegates aud The platform as framed by the committee ot resolutions was read by its chair Senator Hqpkins of while a minority reflecting the views ot the supporters of Senator La was presented by Congress man Cooper of It was on one hand the sledgehammer blows of the Wisconsin men against combina tions and and on the other hand the warning of Hopkins against the socialistic doctrines of Wiscon The platform was adopted by an overwhelming vote after many sepa rate planks In the Wisconsin plan had bsen burled under adverse Get Down to Real It was not until tour hours had been spent over the platform that the con vention was ready to proceed with the nominating speeches for First came the nomination of Cannon by Representative Boutell of seconded by Representative Fordney of which awakened a wel coming yell for the grand old man of The nominating speech for Fairbanks by Governor Hanly of Indi ana was made amid Intense confusion and constant Smarting these discourtesies toward the Mayor Bookwaller pf Indian apolis began his speech seconding the nomination of Fairbanks with a cut ting allusion to the steam roller as crushing out all Conkers Name The convention gate enthusiastic welcome to the name ot Hughes u CUmeral Woodtord presented the gov ernors candidacy In fervent The name of Senator Foraker wat placed In nomination by Judge McCoy of Ohio and seconded by eloquent negro delegate from the latter winning a true ovation as he closed the splendid tribute to Foraker in the name of two million black The call ot Penn sylvania brought the Keystone delega tion to their feet In a wild demonstra tion for Knox and a little later Wis consin followed with its enthuslastlo tribute to Wisconsins Sen ator FILLS PLACE Republican National Convention Meets Today to Complete Important Work TAFT CAN NAME RUNNING MATE Sentiment Seems to Be Favorable to That York ters Sherman In Race and Iowa Pre sents Name ef June presidential candidate will be permitted to Us running mate it he so No sooner had the convention last evening than Tatts immedi ate supporters set to work to ascer tain his wishes regarding a candidate lor the vice They wired hkn direct and pending hla reply re fused to voice any opinion as to tke probable outcome ot the New York state has restored herself to the convention her which has thus far been by lack of harmony In the In a oaucus with marked evidences ot en it was unanimously voted CONGRESSMAN SHERMAN OT NEW back with the whole state strength ot seventyeight votes the of Representative James Sherman of In accepting the caucus In struction to present Shermans name In the convention State Chairman Woodruff said he had been Informed that the candidacy of John Hays Ham mond had been withdrawn and that It desired by New York Colorado would therefore give way on the rollcall to New York in order to get Shermans name early before the delegation that he had official assurances also of the support of a number of other especially including Iowa and Tho Iowa delegation in caucus finally went on record for Governor Cummins as their candidate for Secretary Tafts running The vote was unani The firm stand taken by a ma jority of the delegation against DolliTer because of the political situa tion In Iowa and Dolllvers own announcement that he did not desire the nomination necessitated the meet ing In order that a candidate might be determined Renewed Talk of There was also renewed talk in the interest of Senator There was a growing belief that Secretary Taft would declare for the Iowa sena tor and It was predicted that he would be nominated in case the secretarys preference should be made known be fore the beginning of the that any further Indication of the pref erence of Secretary Taft in the matter of his running mate on the Republican ticket might jeopardize his chances for the presidential nomination havr Ing been significant have beendropped that reason for re straint In that matter no longer ex There has been a constant ex change of telegrams between Wash ington and Chicago regarding the pro cedure in the convention today and at tention Is being recalled to the fact teat the seconded by Secre tary only two days ago thj statement to from tUa Continued om   

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