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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS CALLS PLANK Bryan Raps Injunction Declara tion in the Republican Na tional Platform DENIES COURTS That the Instead of Reassuring to t Is Highly Satisfactory to the Capi talists Who June his expression In criticism of the Republican national platform In gen William Bryan has given out a statement In which he assails In par Ocular thd antiInjunction platform of the Chicago characteriz lag it as a transparent The follows antiInjunction plank of the Republican platform as finally adopt Is a transparent It Is poasl bit that members of the commit tee Were bunkoed by some trust la the only charitable that can be liken of Thoae who ad the to be doing it ia a concession to the and yet it oae will read the he win tee fact ah aaaouiitie that utt party la un alterably the plahk reads The f W uphold at all times authority and inteit rlty of the sUW ind and will to ehforoe their and to pro taot irtpeHy be Kiiiffiiiiii SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June We will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the and eome in E Turner The House lyrnislier B B little price wash goods ground White uatin striped printed beautiful goods that the a Dime a is no indication of its White ground printed corded texture goods and pretty printings will make dresacs entirely out classing ordinary goods at the Genuine fine 15c American Dotted me dium and dark line bard the price is cut exactly half on goods as fine and pretty as these it proves whether there is determination behind action anJ plenty of time to hjwe doreasei or waiats made olr NORTH that in federal tptiie islii ance of a writ pf sijould be more accufitely deflned by atatuto that no or tetapbrary re atraining order fliould be Issued with out irreparahle Injury would reauU In which cane a speedy hearing there after should be Striking a It will be seen that the plank be gins with an unnecessary eulogyof the Nobody Is opposed to up holding at all times the authority and Integrity of the Nobody Is ob jecting to the enforcement of their processes or to their eSterclse of their powers to protect liberty and plank assumes that attacking the courts and that the courts are In danger of los ing support or of having powers There Is no attack upon the courts and there Is no thought any where of Interfering with any legiti mate function of publican oonrentlon putsup a man of and then proceeds to demolish This part of the plank was written to give assurance to people who are opposed to laboring mans And now let us proceed to that part of the plank was Intended as a to the It says We that the rules of pro cedure in with re spect to the Issuance of a writ of in junction should be more accurately deflned by the Just what that definition shall be Is not That no injunction nor temporary restraining order should be issued Without except where irrepara ble injury would result from In Which case a speedy hearing there after should be Kote the words except where Irreparable In Jury would result from delay and compare this exception with the fed eral statute on the subject and you will And that under the law aa it now ex ists Che court la not empowered to grant a temporary restraining ordeV except when there appears to beldan jury from the It will be seen Hhat the man who wrote the Injunction plank copied the If the convention been frank in the statement of its it would have quoted the present stat ute and said that it was in favor enforcing the law it It would have at present a court or judge may grant a rary restraining order if there ap pears to be danger of irreparable in Injury from delay be it re solved that we are opposed to chang ing The men who are responsible for the language of the injunction plank may have fooled the rest of the com mittee and they may have fooled the but they cannot fool the laboring men or the voters In The injunction plank has not even the value of a goldplated for the plating is as well as the interior of the If the demand of the laboring man was why did not the convention say so Why did It resort to deception The Republican party will iflnd that an honest course would have been safer than dishonest course Secretary Taft is known as the father of government by Injunction and his speeches in Oklahoma last year gave conclusive proof of his adherence to the position taken by him on the He is still In favor of the use of the writ of injunction in labor cases and hels opposed to trial by In a speech delivered in New York last winter he said in response to questions that the law ought to be so amended as to glvr a hearing before the injunction was granted and even that the hearing for con tempt should be before a different Judge tronvthe one who granted the but he came pare a plank for the he did no go so far as he went in his The plank that went before the con vention as his plank was so weulf that It amounted to butit was even then too strong for the conven and convention adopted a plank which not only does uot grant any concessions to uie laboring but really emphasized the position taken large corporate employers by hurling anathema at those who are of a desire to modify the law relating to This is the treatment received by the wageearn ers from the matlonal convention of the Republican This is the po of the party before the elec tion what reason has the laboring man to hope that the party will do bet ter after election BOMB IN HER Anarchlrts May Have Cauttd Bxplo on Uner June Inveatlga lion into the explosion on board the HamburgAmerican line steamer Area in which three persons were killed and a number tends to sub stantiate the theory that a bomb caused the The explosion oc curred in hold in which the OfficersOf the vessel declare there weve no examination of this bulkhead ot steel separating 4 hold from the coal hold shows that It Is covered with small as volleys of bullets had been Bred against The steel partition loose by the explosion and rolled lip like paper and some of fire Inspectors say that an ordinary gas not have caused such a Members of the told the coro deputy ItamburgAmer ican line has been facing a strike among dock employes at Hamburg and the belief Is expressed that a bomb was put In thscargo of the Arcadia before she left with the idea of causing her destruction while In j Intane June in the seventy years a retired clergyman of the German Evangelical was shot and killed in the streets of burg after he had fired bnfour men standing in the The preachers mind had been failing for some Strauss had started for burg carrying his despite the en treaties of his Seeing the four men talking he fired at One of the returned the flre a killing None of th9 four was THEY GUESSED WRONG Man His Regains Sight When Told Case Is New James Cantll Ion ot who was to tally regained his sight at Belle vue hospital during a fit of hysterics which followed the surgeons announce ment to him that his case was consid ered hopeless and that he would prob ably remain blind for the remainder of his liCantUUm who la a professional baseball a member of tke Molnes Selection if nepubllcan Cam paign Manager Deferred Until July first SECRETARY GOES EAST Will Attend dbmrtuncertitht Extrcttai at Yale Returning to Wash Plina for the Summer Art NotYtt Cinclhnallj June Secretary ot War William Tatt in speeding to ward hfow Ypfk on the Pennsylvania Cincinnal accompa nied by Jame ot his political He expects to reach New will Washington league1 had to Have IfSa left eye as the result of an accident in Chicago several months The sight of the othttr eye failed from sympathetic He came the Cornell uni versity medical college here for treat ment and was preparing in Belleviie for an Today the surgeons decided that an operation would be useless and so informed who thereupon became Suddeni ly he cried out that he could see and hand tests showed that the sight ot the right eye been almost com pleaely The specialists now hope to complete the Drown While June Paul and 9 VMtotawassee near STARTED TOO SOON Locomotive Goes Through Open Draw at June engine drawing a heary tralnload of excur sionists from Indianapolis and points along the Lake Brie and who had spent the day at Cedar plunged through an open In the east end of the None of the passengers was Perrlsh of the had both legs broken and was internally He was taken to a of the was cut about the head and shoulders ami internally He is at the Charles yard clerlt who was piloting the engine to the city was out about the head The gatekeeper of the bridge says the train pulled out at 9 Whereas It was not scheduled to leave Just Just June age was drowned last night while bathing in the Dataware Gengal was married only three weeks Editor Badly Used Mount June his skull fractured onecheek bone broken andinternal Edi tor Ora Havill ot HayiU8 Bvejy may suTviye the an attack made on him by Dode Be a who took Havill by surprise as be was passing along with bis arms full of papers struck Wm with a knocking him and lumped on him until dragged The attack was the result of the publica tion of a joko in Havllls Bradford Detective Fatally Shot June a ieUcUva for the Rochester nd Plttsburg waf ahotjn the head by alleged car Me Orea will It to The were riding pa W to The moment htm the the whoje McCrea from main at t Haven throughout the commencement exercises of alma ke will attend a meeting of the Yale and to morrow he will present at the class day exercises at the reunion of his own clasiof On Wednesday he will attend the graduation exer cises of tM ohiversity and Is also to witness the YftleHarvard boat race at New London on The secretary reach the national capital He will remain in until after the session of the nubcommittee ot the Republican national which is to be held there on July Only tentative plans thus far have been made by Secretary Taft for the summer He probably will by to Hot three or four beginning In He saya he would enjoy above all else going to Murray where for the last sixteen years he has spent his but as that location Js out of the way and not easily accessible objection has been made by some of his personal and political friends to his going there even for so brief s period as he expects to utilize this year as vacation k To Receive It will be necessary for to be In Cincinnati about the 20th of July to receive theformal notification of his nomination for the K four dicyfj then return to Hot Springs for the re mainder Ot his summer Plans have bepn by the first of Secretary Taft will be continuously In Practically no newfacts were de veloped regarding the inaction on the question of the na tional While the dis cussion at the conference took a wide It can be stated authoritatively that few names of possible appointees were It was the consensus of opinion Secretary Tafts ad visers that the selection of a chairman should be postponed at least for a time In order that so momentous a matter might receive thorough consid Secretary Taft received telegrams from party leaders throughout the country urging him not to be hasty in deciding the chairmanship One ot these messages came from Sec retary of who pointed out the undeairablllty of undue haste and suggested the advisability ofpostpon ingaction until the political atmos had Decide to Defer With this view Secretary Taft was In and It was on his suggeatton that the committee de termined to defer definite action until July Jt can be reiterated that the of the committee consti tuted lij no sense an elimination of any man who has been considered In connection with the Frank Tafts is said to be as distinctly a factor In the chairmanship equation as he was prior to the meeting of the Shortly after the re ceipt of Hitchcocks telegram quetlngthat he be not considered in connection with the on account of his health Secretary Taft telegraphed Hitchcock inquiring solicitously about his The secretary received a reply sayingthat he felt batter but wai seriously in need of a Respecting the national chairman Secretary Taft said merely that it had been determined to postpone until those most interested could have opportunity to obtain a consensus of the opinionof Republi can He gave positive assur ance that no even yet bad been selected for the position and was equally that of the reached before the meeting of the sub committee on July J in Old The secretary prior bis for the east passed a quiet at the reildeace of hfc Accompa nied by Charles he at tended ifcurjat ifpHcopaj ciurold and ilaWneaftP a die count on The Successful de Wf Of the ot the Pooles text was the fourth verse of the chapter of Johni flnlahed the work thoo aermon in BO dense direct M it Secretary Tatt and no WM made to his presence In the At the conclusion of the serr icef the secretary greeted cordially many of his old friends and neigh bors ofChrist church Oyster June In II suit ot white wearing tan shoes and a Panama hat and looking extremely well and happy On the sec ond day ot his Vacation Presi dent Kbosevelt with Roosevelt went to the village from Sagamore Hill and attended the morning service at Christ of which Roose velt Is a No mention ot ttea president or national affairs was In the When the president and Roose velt away from the church large crowd was velt bowed and raised hU He carefully Watched newspaper photog rftphera and aa they snapped their cameras he raised his hand and covering his Thus far the secret service men guarding the president have had noth ing ot importance to The presi dents has arrived In Oyster Bay harbor and stands at an chor near Sagamore Hill ready at a moments notice to take the president or his family on pleasure Secretary was Interviewed re garding the report from Washington that he might be asked to be chairman of the Republican national He was apparently pleased as he the report and flald I nothing whatever about the They seem to be arranging thismatter in Waste TAFT IN GRAVE DANGER Connecting pod on Engine of Hie Train Near June Secretary Taft had a narrow escape from being Involved In a serious Wreck on the Pennsylvania which was carry ing him Prompt action of the en gineer averted what might haye been bad As the rain was speed Ing along at the rate of fifty miles an hour the connecting rod on the left side of the locomotive broke short Instantly the cylinder was cracked by applied the emergency brakes and the train came to a The accident occurred as many ot the passengers on the train were at Pew of them realized how narrow their escape had been from an awful The engineer ex plained that It was merely good luck that averted a bad lf connecting rod after It broke had gone under the said we would have gone the as we were running fifty miles an hour and the derailment would have been a serious Fortunately the broken rod landed six or eight Inches outside of the left That saved The towermari sent a message to Dennison for another locomotive and after a delay of an hour the flyer TRIStATE NEWS IN BRIEF June age of city was drowned at Oak west ot He taken with June body ot an unknown man wat foundon the creek bank north of this city by Con tractor June age the oldest lawyer at Lycoming county died suddenly from Ov June Samuel fifty years committed suicide by hanging himself in his barn at iHls wife found his June Slltte of Rlchland township found a mastodon tooth ou his farm that is In perfect preservation and weighs four June Win nle sixtyfive years re siding near Idpra was run down by aa Erie engine and had both legs cut oft the June buildings of the Keystone and Booth Fish com panies were destroyed by The damage was more than but covered June Luka a living at shot and killed his wife during a quar rel and then shot inflicting a wound which may prove June speeding around a track on a motor cycle at sixtyfive an hour dore Shult ot was kitted by his machine crashing into a f June Frank lin fire department was called out last evening to extinguish a A woman seeing the emblazoned horizon thought It was a fire and turned in an t June riding In a wagon with her Neda Eg eight years qf was shot In the foot by the accidental discharge of a gun lying in the bottom of the June The body of Edward Farley of Greggsvllle found under a bridge Wheel ing creek with a great gash inhta It is believed the man was trqbbed and y Ohio Youth Becomes Agent and Holds Up Automobiles CAUGHT BV SUSPICIOUS WOMAN Womans Head Cut Off by James Comstock of twenty miles north of the Akron and Columbus threw herself in front of a fast southbound passenger and was Hen lodged on the trucks oC the tender and was carried 340miles be fore it the engine having made the tripinto back Cleveland returning as far as Comstock was about sixty years of age and had been In Old Man Chops His seventyfive years a retired con tractor and real estate fatally wounded bis wife seventy three years oi Kelly then tried to commit suicide by beating out his brains with a the weapon used upon his Kelly is at a hospital with a fractured although severely will Within a few days the couple would have celebrated their golden wedding Policeman Bad NflW June In a womans an unknown negro Was shot and killed while attempting to escape after be had slit the throat of Patrolman George who was making the Thompson had no idea that his prisoner was The negro drew a razor from his clothes and slashed Thompson across the The negro fled and Thomp struggling to his fired three one of which pierced the negros Thompsons Injury is not WEATHER West continued warm Monday and prpbably Western Pennsylvania and Ohio continued vyarm Monday and probably Tuesday light to frwh iouth the greatest shooting event In the world at flying Which opened here to comprise nearly 400 of diebest shots from all parts ot the June over taken by misfortune when he was pre paring to Nathan a produce age com mitted suicide by pouring oil over his clothing and then setting it on June has been invaded a smallarmy of ho who are said to be on way to Chicago to attend a national con vention of these which is called for that city some time in June cost flOO to kiss a pretty school teacher of the Exeter according to the sentence imposed by Judge Lynch upon Edward principal ot the who kissing Miss Agnes June an engineer at Baldwin mine 4 of the Pittsburg Coal company was fatally scalded he remained at the of hU engine after an eightinch steam pipe bad burst and allowed a containing ten men to descend safely 160 feet to the bottom of tha June age was on hjs way to church when three ruffians accosted commanding him to throw up his He staggered back against a fence and faced bis wouldbe assail The leader Jooked at him for a minute and then remarked Come on let him His age saved June sensa tion was creaaed the courthouse building commission when Coop one of the presentedan affidavit that he had been offered a bribe by a representative of theNorth western Terra Gotta company to use the companys products In the con struction of the new milliondollar June Wil eightyeight years of isdead Wilson was the of the famous group o nine whpse Republi can votes In 1806 started ment that preserved West Virginia to the union and brought about the crea tion of a new state and one of fqw survivors of the Chicago convention which nominated Abraham fuqef fifty years having a wife and five committed suicide In a police His to drink had frequently fteng fato trouble and when dally threatening at wife him arrested a po liceman placed another man a celt M found at for Foo Distrusted by 1 Who Way to Join Kentucky June home for the purpose ot getting even with1 the rich by them wxclualve aa he avowed to er taking what money Alvah twenty years ot of was arrested it a farmhouse near where he had Mopped for something to At the county jail here Wolford Irigly told ot hid plans and and related wild1 west stories Wolfow admitted ioldljag Upt the point a gun Bt a bring last Both tabu were riding In their Uwlf families garded bf the police as daring Wolforij wild he purchased two volvers aiut decided to adopt ca reer of highwayman because fee could not get A t He stole from his fathJr Md so he his His views are decidedly those of aft Anarchist ot the worst typei taken he had a large revolver ho would have put up a game fight It had nob come onto while he was at the breakfast was my he work my way down Into Kentubky and the outlaws I decided to rob only the have soon I my had Identified me I changed A Wolford had watch from flbth Shof maker and Murphy chlded era frighten them into Ing his still pursulhg his avocation been for a suspicious becoming hungry1 atopped at the asked for his The but thought something wrong and no tlfled the BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL 3 1 2 k 1 v 7 New 4 9 At 00000401 04 I 1 00010090 3 Willis and Gibsoo Campbell and Standing Of the l i It 33 92 28 M 438 99 24 23 S 20 M 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