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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PUR COPY DUTY OF THE CHURCH To Help Abolish That Nourish June and Socialism was the principal topic be fore the PanAnglican conference here and attracted an audience of from to Bishop Law rence of Massachusetts A number of Including Silas McBea of New Bishop Spaldlng of titah and the Wllmer of participated In the McBees appeal to all church peo ple not to be their brothers keeper but to be their brothers brother was loudly and It sums up the general trend of the nearly all the speakers emphasizing the neces sity of the churchs cooperation In re moving the oppressions leading to the presentday NINE NEGROES LYNCHED Texat Mob Takes Revenge for Murder of Two June night nine negroes met death at the hands of a mob In the vicinity of la Beth races have se cured and the tension is such to day that a race clash appears Immi The lynching followed the killing of two white men by Then came the forming of a the overpower of the jailer and the lynching of itz negroes held for one of the mur Fire were hung to a tree while another attempted to escape and was sho to Later another negro was shot aad killed and morning the bodies of two more negroes were found In the Two suspected meiroes have been taken to Beaumont to save them from the fate of their WANTED every woman town to read our advertisement In this Keeks Shoe IIS BEST FIND Joke Arranged Between Two Chums Ends in Fatal Shooting of One OLD ARMY MUSKET THE WEAPON Loaded With Shells Thought to Be It le Fired at Ball Player for Muffing a Is Shooter Surrenders to luiifEiiiiii 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 R Turner The House Nrnisher Junt B B petticoats assortment neat pretty styles deep flouncings of Lace and Em fine Embroideries and fine White Cambric splendid Petti the merit apparent from any point of compari son a June Sale price worth Other assortments White styles at many 50c to Over a halfhundred styles to Two Night Gown spe Womens Cambric Night yoke of lace inser tion and fine pambric Night June Edward renting agent ol the Freehold Trust is dead William resident agent In Brookllne of the same Is In Central station almost bereft of his reason by grief McOinntty of the Plttsburg Trust company lies In the Braddock hospl tal seriously and all ot usu ally sunny Brookllne is clouded with This is the result of a Joke that proved a tragedy at a game of base between teams representing tha Freehold and the Plttsburg Trust Mason and Haas have been friends for They lived near to one an other In Preceding the which was played on Ander sons Mason proposed that they arrange some kind of a stunt that would cause some Mason Willing to Be Shot I am going to act as he said to his and Ill tell you what well Ive got an old musket up at the Well take that up to the game and at some exciting pe riod of it you start to grab the point it at me and Theres nothing but a blank In it and It wont But the arrangement did not work out according to the Mason went to the but got there late and McGInnlty was made Mason took the gun and went to the small stand erected for Passing Haas on the the man who now lies at his home with buckshot in his head and whispered Ill start and then you shoot at The third Inning had Just ended with the score a The spectators were wrought up to a great pitch ot excite Just previous to the last man being retired who was playing middle for the Freehold came In from the Just as he got near third base he stopped and lookedup In stand who was fit ting there with his wife beside Then ithe Tragedy Did you see that Bill he Pretty wasnt It Mason rose quickly from his giving a shout at the same it was rotten he yelled and you ought to be shot for It Pointing his gun at who by this time was but a short distance Mason pulled the Buck shot scattered In ali The largest charge struck Haas in the head and breast and he fell mortally wound Behind was standing the with shot In his head and he too fell to the In an Instant players and spectators were In a Among the spectators were a large number of one of whom was Haass She was by her wounded j husbands side almost at Raising him up as blood oozed from several she spoke to but no an swer Mason Rushes to Friends Hurrying through the crowd of ex cited men and fainting Mason went to his With anguish In his he took the limp hand and cried Speak to and say that you know I did not mean to do The appeals of both wife and friend were in and with one final strug gle Haas sank back on the ground who was sum declared that Haas could not have poaslbly lived more than two minutes after receiving the wounds he McGInnity In the meantime had been raised up by friends and after his wounds were stanched was able to come to the city and continue on to the Braddock where he now Troops Going Home June date for the withdrawal of troops from Brown has again been changed and the three companies from the First regiment which are on duty there will go home tomorrow Instead of as previously Sheriff Cahall called upon the adju tant general and advised that this be On the same date two compa nies of the Seventh regiment on duty In Adams county will leave for their homes and for the firsttime in six weeks those two counties will be with out the assistance of state troops in the maintenance of This Bank a June Citizens bank of this town has closed its At the meeting of the directors it was discovered that neither a single piece of paper nor a cent ot money was in The bank was capitalized at with deposits amounting to oaly It is claimed the closing Of the hank was made aeceiiary by the dtoilne of a bank at TRI8TATE NEWS IN BRIEF June by It is to wade in the water works reservoir Edward age was Beaver June Murton shot himself and died a few minutes He was subject to tem porary He was fifty years June sexton of the Oakland who was bitten by a pet dog three months died frotn hydrophobia at Mercy June Lightning struck and Instantly killed Hiram age at her home near Downey was lowering a window when the blow June police are searching for Margaret age according to her sis was abducted by a desperate lover and Is being held against her June be ing Idle for the last six the Plank Ridge colliery of the Thomaa Coal company has resumed About 300 men and boys are given em Jut Rabbit Williams appeared in court before Judge Taylor for the 104th time in his existence of thirtyfive He was charged with being an habitual June tomb with a full portrait of the re cently deceased blown In the Is the latest Innovation in the way ot tombstones to be made by a Plttsburg glass June hundred men and womea from all parts ot the United States and Canada are here In attendance at the annual convention ol the United Professional Teachers of Dancing of A i Wheeling June coavlcted ot first degree mur der on June 13 for killing Charles Ben nett of New was taken to the penitentiary today to begin the service of a life June age Is dead at the Belmont county He was a grandson of Major who made the famous leap just east of Wheeling in 1770 when pursued by June that he would be held up and Rob ert who carries mall to and from The money was stolen less than an hour later when Stephens was In the Union bar ing occupied a bed In twenty Simon sixty years Is dead here as the result of an opera Bloodheart met with an accident which prevented his lying An operation was performed to correct June cent etery is Indeed a city of the At the annual meeting of the corporators It was stated that Interments have been made In this burying ground since It was opened in During the past year interments were made in June General Wade Ellis Is preparing a statement in answer to what William Bryan and other critics of the Chi cago platform have the tenor of which will be that the platform is not a retreat from the position by President June McDon the flagman who was held up and robbed by three negroes and a white man at Gallitzta several days may lose his sight as a result of his head coming in violent contact with the floor of the car when he was thrown down by the The optic nerve has been June William Harris a re cruit who had been at Columbus bar racks only five committed sui cide by drinking A which brought tidings of the suicide of a young woman of whom he had been enamored and of the sudden death of his made him de June body found mangled on the railroad In West Philadelphia is that of Frank Paul nineteen years a stu dent of the New York college of phar New Fred a said Frank had been despon dent over his There was a letter in the youug mans pocket from a Baltimore June Harris has commuted the sentence of the Allie Moore and he has been released from the Ohio peniten Moore was at one time pastor of the Episcopal church at Bellefon and was sent up from there In for forging a check for Moores sentence was commuted on the promise that he would quit June member ot the Columbus board of public who was ousted from office because of the East Broad street paving voluntarily ap peared In criminal court and tore stalle4 his trial by entering a plea of guilty of accepting a bribe from superintendent of the Cleveland Trinidad Paring He was sentenced to our years in the Ohio Pttttentlary and Eastern Democratic Leaders Will Attempt to Circum vent Nebraskan OPPOSE AN INJUNCTION PLANK Injection of Radical Declaration Into Platform Will Be Strenuously Restat ed at Will Have Great Strength in New June special copy right dispatch from Washington to the Herald say8 While William Bryan has been getting all the delegates for himself as the Democratic candidate for presi dent at the Denver national conven tion and will have a It be coming cleatthat there will be agreat contest over the Bryan expects to write the platform as well as name the He can name the head of the ticket and will perhaps do so by the unani mous rote of the It is evident from Bryans criticism of the Republican national platform that he expects to steer clear of the compromises which marked the work of the Chicago convention and put through exactly the declaration of principles that he hlmseK will His enemies In the some of them compelled to vote for think that Bryan oan be placed on a Johnson The platform Is always made before the candidate Is Some of no are hoping that they may be able to so frame the platform that Bryan will not want to This Is the second stop of the They have already manipulated mat ters so that the control of the national committee will probably remain In the hands of If they can modify Bryan as to the plat form they will consider they have Bared something out of the It Is the platform the opposi tion leaders are now thinking about rather than During last week Bryan con tinued to carry primaries and conven He won most of Florida away from Ihe In that state Gray and JohnsonfuHy expected to win the ten at vthe At the first primaries Bryan got four of the Another priniary had to be plate Mast jreek and Bryatigdtnve delegates and the allies Bryan also got Instructions In the states of Colorado and In New while the delegatesatlarge from although not under are pledged to vote for Following Is a brief summary of the results of the Bryan canvass to date Delegates Instructed for 691 not but classed for 154 delegates yet to be elected probably for G2 Bryans grand 907 total number of delegates In necessary to nom inate HUGHES LAUDS TAFT kqulpped fer Office That Wae Ever New June the first gathering of New York Republicans to ratify the ticket nominated by the national convention at the ratification meeting held by the Re publican club at its headquarters took on added interest from the presence of Governor Charles New Yorks candidate for the presidency at the He was the principal speaker of the Governor who was heartily cheered on his appearance as wad every mention of his name by other said lu his speech You may remember that In this presence some time I said that I asked no favor and I made no I stated that I should not attempt to Influence the selection of the vote of any delegate and that I deemed It more Important that the state administration should not be tributary to any I kept that I did not believe that New York would suffer any disadvan tage from the altitude which was nee Miarlly and I am glad that the result provpd that I was not Now Im glad of the opportu nity to Join with you In a tribute to a great the nominee of a Repub lican to whom we all pledge our most earnest The Republican party Is never In want of a man able and equipped for i his for the great task of govern ing a free people In constitutional But there never has been a man called to that task with the equip ment of William Howard That is the plain His record may be examined with a Republican Nominee Warmly Greeted by Former Class mates and Alumni ADDRESSES LAW GRADUATES STEVE ADAMS ON TRIAL Miner Accused of Colllne Murder Facet Another Court Grand June trial of Store a member of the Western Federation of charged with the murder of Arthur Collins of mine had hardly been called In the district court here when the opposing attorneys be came involved in a wrangle over the efforts of the prosecution Indorse new names on the indictment as wlt nessses and an attempt on behalf of the defense to prevent exCongressman Hogg of Pueblo and Carnahan df Grand Junction from acting as at torneys for the The judge de cided that Hogg and Carnahan should remain in the It being shown to hli satisfaction that they were em ployed by San Miguel The sheriff was ordered to summon 100 for Jury Western Federation of Is here and will remain throughout the TAFT EASY TO BEAT So Declares New York Democratic State New Jane William Conners of chairman of the state Democratic who la in New York said to several news paper men that he believes Taft will be an easy candidate for the Democrats to There were sev eral stronger men who might have been said but none Mis only qualifica tion for the office is that Roosevelt wanted Sherman Id rather say nothing about Everybody knows about Isnt the nomination of Bryan as certain as was that of Taft Conners was I wont believe It till I see ha There are other Democrats who can defeat Taft beyond a Who Johnson To a if the New York delation sees that Bryans nomination is a cer tainty will it fall Into line Well wait until we get to the con Will the platform be radical to a certain Will it contain a court plank Id rather have It contain none than the one that was put into the Republican platform that means noth Labor will cut a strong figure In the will It not It always said Shoe on tother June usual order of things in labor Injunction cases was reversed in the Wayne cir cuit court when the Metal Buffers and Platers union secured a temporary Injunction from Judge Hos mar restraining the police from Inter fering with them on the street In their peaceful solicitation of employes of the Art Stove company to join their setting up that It threatened the ruin ot the Judge Hosmer warned the that not au thorlttng any ploketlnf tbt was con Young Faust seems to be a Poor With President Roosevelt He Will ness YaleHarvard Boat Race on to Oyster Bay Sat urday for Important New June tary of War William Taft returned to his alma to at tend the reunion of his that ot He found himself the chief guest of the commencement He wfs Immediately escorted to Wood bridge hall for the corporation meet then into commons to speak to the youag men who are about to be given their law then to the law school and Anally to the college where the medical school exor cises were Taft was met at the station by a delegation from his class and after an exchange Of greetings he stepped Into aa automobile and was whisked away to the Edwards Where about forty 78 men were ready to extend a welcoming After a short stay the secretary weat to Woodbrldge where the corporation was in He left this meeting a little walked across the campus to the commons and passing lu was met with a cheer from those who first got a glimpse of His advent was just at the conclusion of an address by exSenator Spooner of The entire alumni bodies rose and cheered the secretary tutl Memorial hail Later on Tatt spoke to the young men who In cap and gown Bat at a long table In front of The secretary subsequently re turned to the corporation Mid at its conclusion donned the robes of a doctor of laws and walked to the hew As he entered the audito rium John Foster was making an but audience rose and cheered At the close of these exercises the accompanied try President Hadley and escorted by the faculty of medical walked to College where he at tended the exercises On the steps of Osbbrne hall were gathered groups of Yale men back to their re tliemln and lustily cheered At Col lege hall the secretary was joined by his Horace of Water who accompanied him back to Woodbrldge hall when the ex ercises were President Roosevelt and Secretary Taft will witness ihe Yale Harvard boat race on the Thames at London next The secretary had ar ranged tentatively with the president Id confer with him at Oyster Bar He was to be accompanied Sd Oyster Bay by General Luke who Is to succeed htm as tec retary of A telegram by Judge Taft from the president re quested that the Indicated change ba because he had himself decided to witness the boat face on Thursday tie will arrive at New London on directly from Oyster Bar and he probably would not be able to get back to his home at Sagamore Hill In time for such a conference on Friday as he desires to have with Secretary Tatt and General Secretary Taft and General Wright will go to Oyster Bay on Saturday New Aeroplane June fiela the French has surpassed all records by flying for six minutes and thirty Dur ing that time his machine was from tea to eighteen feet above the Oelagrange made nine rounds of a measured course In a military fleld at a velocity of about thirtyeight miles M traversing In all about eight een or a little more than eleven A special gold medal will be struck In honor ot his per Heres Newe 900 Years New June WaMoa Loon ot of the oldest residents of thai Xendriek Hudson did not dis coverthe Hudson but Pletro Van the greatgreatgreatf real grandfather of Van Loon IB a pamphlet which Van has published the statement la made that Pletro Van Loon hunted and fished om the Hudson river eleven rears before Its discovery by Oo to England to June departure oC Anna Gould and Prince Helle do Bagan from Paris for where they will be Is The couple will hot again return to f ranee until the wedding has taken George Gould and his family era still In Has Another New June son was bora to Queen Victoria of Spain last night Queen formerly Princess ot and King Alfonio married at Madrid on Mar Their ftrst was horn on Majr A Bit ef uv across a girl with a face as ra diant as a says as yon ap pear at the will be busy fer half an hour for dishes are not just squat right down on the doorstep aud wait for because some other chap may come along and s s secure the and right there you will have test an FORCED SALE WILL OPEN AT 9 WEDNESDAY Dont Miss This as it is the Opportunity of a Life Remember this sale lasts Twelve Days Commenc ing June Closing July at II A Few Sample Prices that Appeal to you Mens Fine worth sale Mens Fine all worth and sale Mens Fancy worth 25c sale price Mens Good 15c sale price red and sale price 50 dozen Mens el egant mohair 50c sale Big lot of 25c sale price Neckwear In Tecks and Fourln regular BOc sale Mens Linen formerly sold at this each Mens Heavy Cotton Working formertygold at 3 for at this Mens Heavy Corded Working In all formerly sold at at this Mens Soft and Stiff worth and during this Mens Dress worth during this Black Satin worth dur ing this Mens worth during this worth 50c and 35c Mens blue and 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