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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED JUNE 2 CENTS PER Selection of Bell for Temporary Chairman Considered an Easy Victory THINK NEBRASKAN CONTROLS TJIictiislon of Vice Presidential Possi bilities Still Include the of Johnson and Chanler and McNeil Are June city has taken its last political slumber for at least a fortnight to Many Dem ocratic politicians of note have already arrived and by the time they are all oa the ground the advance guard of the state delegations will be here or on their way and there will be an ever activity until the red fire kM flickered out and the curtain has been rung down on the flnal scene or the Demopratic national The outandout Bryan men are very pleased over the easy manner In which Theodore Bell of California named for temporary itiiitEiini 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 Turner The House mrnisher was There were feporfs before Bell had been selected that a fight was to be made on him by Thomas B B f July Fourth Newt to wear on that National cotton suits 35inch semifitted self colored buttons gored and pleated skirt with fold of a good quality Light or Dark Grey and Blue and Grey and White When women see these at the will not take them long to decide where to get a New Wash Dreas for the BOGEB chairman of the national and Roger the national commltteeman from but the promised struggle did not materialize and the wishes of Bryan regarding Bell were carried out without a of This fact was taken by the Bryan mean that all oppo sition to the wishes of their leader had or at least will be only of comparatively slight Influence In the They are now count lag confidently upon the selection of Henry Clayton of Alabama for per manent claiming that this will be brought about as easily as was that of Bailey Unable to No particular opposition has been made to Clayton and there are no present signs o any fight agiiist Other names have been mentioned but none from the south save thai of Sena tor Joseph Bailey of Texas and It seems to be practically certain that he will not be able to attend I he conven tion because of 111 It Is known that desires a permanent chairman from the south and the Bry an men believe that with Senator Bai ley eliminated there will be no other man than Clayton Very little talk has so far been heard concerning the platform but It is gen erally believed among the recognized leaders now here that the fight over the Injunction plank in the Republi can resolutions committee may find a parallel when the Democratic plat form builders are fairly at It is generally understood that In the event of the Bryan people securing control of the resolutions committee the dec laration of principles will follow close ly the lines of the Lincoln Presidential The vice presidential from the present offers the great it encouragement to that class of del egates which is always looking for ex citement at a political Un lesa the nominee for the first place on the ticket should demand of his friends the selection of a running mate on whom he may have sat MB heart the Indications would seem to iralnt to nu merous ballots iu the completion of a That frequent balloting and spirited contests are wonderful fea tures in creating enthusiasm is assert ed by Democratic leaders now here and are looking forward to a scramble over the vice par ileularly If a nomination for the pres idency Is made on the first A well fought contest to finish over any question which interests the dele it ia engenders good and The disposition of the party is therefore rath er to invite than discourage prominent Democrats to enter the race for the second place on Womens fine all Linen Coat inch Coat pleated skirt with wide folds White or dark English Repp Coat imch semifitted skirt with fold Blue or Brown with collar and BOQQ8 dt NORTH The are there will be no dearth of tor the vice presj Identlal Some of the names now heard are those of men who have said they do not desire ard will not take second They hare warm friends In the convention who are likely to make friendu for them If Bryan should be named and should fall to voice his preference for a running Among these are Governor Johnson of Minne sota and Judge Oeorge Oray of Dela both of whom will flgure in the i ballot tor the prsldentlal That both of these men would prefer not to be thought of Iu connection with the vice presidency and might go so far as to positively decline in ad vance to qualify If appar ently has failed to eliminate them from the list of The names of flve New York men are looming up today In the proCon vention gossip over the vice presiden tial These are Morgan former chief justice of the New York supreme court Herman city controller of Brooklyn for mer Representative Charles Towne Lewis Chanler lieutenant governor of New York and Representative Fran cis Burton The two latter are young men and have been success ful In formerly of has made a reputation in the east and west as a strong cam Judge OBrien Is an intimate friend of Judge Alton who made the race for the presidency on the Democratic ticket four years It Is being argued In favor of Judge OBrien that he could bring eastern Democrats Into the Bryan Douglas The same claim is being made in half of former Governor William L Douglas of Massachusetts as for Judea Douglas Is a manufac turer who enjoys the confidence of business men In the Another eastern candidate is Archibald Me Nelll of who cornea also from the ranks of business Since the refusal of John former president of the United Mine workers of to permit his name to be used as a candidate foi the Democratic nomination for gover nor of Illinois he has been mentioned prominently for second place on tha Democratic national His nonv inatlon would be satisfactory to union labor it Is Democratic lead ers are Inclined to put aside discus sion of the wisdom of nominating a representative of un less some decision Is reached as to the matter of the platform and the injunc tion plank advocated by officials of the American Federation of National Chairman Taggart has an nounced to his colleagues that if an Indiana man is named on the ticket his state will go Democratic in Novem He is pushing the candidacy of John Another man from In diana mentioned in connection with the place Is former Representative Benjamin SUPPOSED TO BE FUNNY Alleged Joke With Ambulance Perpe trated on Bridal June step from Hymens altar imd find two undertak kers awaiting them with ambulances Was the experience of Mr and Stilt While the Pontius was performing the marriage ceremony at the home of and Mrs Thomas parents of the some jokers called two dertaklng rooms and ordered two am bulances to the residence on the dou The ambulance men drove at breakneck speed to the ar riving about the same and await ed word to remove the dead and dy Instead they were introduced to a blushing bride and t nervous An effort to induce the pair to take an ambulance ride The joker will be asked to pay for the ambulance ser AUTOMOBILE UPSETS Merry Party Returning From Outing Meet With Terri ble Accident OHE VICTIM OTHERS DUNG Prominent of Figure In DUtresting Accident Machine Inta at High Speed and Upset June the result of an automobile accident here one person is dead and two are fatally In The age foreman of the erecting de partment of the Jacobson Machine Probably fatally Eric An age 42 skull Jaw cuts and bruis es about and perhaps Internal A party of five composed of and Knabb and infant daugh age two Elizabeth age and and Eric Ander had been out for a country They were returning and when near the Outing 2 miles from this the accident They were traveling at speed of about 46 miles an hourand In turning out of tho road to avoid two buggies the front wheels of the auto ran Into a small gutter and the machine The two children and Knabb were thrown some distance from the machineand escaped but the three Injured were pinioned under the One of the gear rods penetrated An dersons skull and Knabb waa crushed under one of the The engine continued to As soon as Knabb could disentangle himself from the wreckage he shut oft the engine and then collapsed and baa not ral lied All were conveyed to the Emergen cy hospital where Anderson Knabb and Anderson have not regained consciousness and their condition is very The infant escaped without a as did Eliz abeth who Is a daughter of Fire Chief All members of the party are very Knabb Is one of the proprietors of the Knabb barrel one of the largest factories of the kind In the DRY CLEAN IN GAS A SCIENCE The Most expensive and Delicate Fabrics of a Womans Wardrobe as well as Clothing of are Now Successfully Cleaned and Refinished by our New and French Dry Cleaning MUSIC HATH ITS CHARMS Projectors Knowledge of the Melo deon Wins Him Oil June ex citement is at Its height here with sev eral big producing fields near the Nearly forty new oil companies have been organized on leased lands on both sides of the Ohio The ri valry to secure leases is Land owners are badgered by oil operators and attorneys seeking One man secured a lease where twenty two others bad failed because of the music he produced on a 60yearold melodeon he saw In the house and played to the delight of the One well Is being drilled at Mingo Junction on a spot where it is said the tepee of the Mingo chief and friend of the Logan is said to have predicted If paleface bore in ground here he will find heap On investigation of the recent de velopment of this we have discovered that while its cleaning process far surpassed the old method used In our Tailoring Business since its establishment in the gar ments lacked the shape and pressing produced in our The Unique and Original Idea of a Cleaning Works connected with a Tailoring Business la the outcome of this Our New French Dry Cleaning Works is equipped with elec tricpower and operated under the supervision of an expert formerly employed in the leading works of the French With these combined we obtain results deeldedly superior to all We clean everything in the weai Ing apparel of women and chil dren the slighest injury to the Waists and Dresses of any no matter how elaborately are successfully cleaned without be ing taken We put new life and lustre into goods that have grown dim and Household Fabrics restored Just like new anything from lalnty art novelties to heavy plush portlers are treated wltn equal success by our marvelous We do Dyeing by an Improved method any shade or We invite correspondence and cheerfully answer all Our BookVetPrlceHst mailed on ALANDS FRENCH DRY CLEANING MAIN THREE CHILDREN PERISH Father Severely Burned In Attempt to Rescue Cleveland June children perished when flre destroyed the home of KKmacks The dead are Arthur age eight Walter age four Ida age The injured William face and back condition critical Annie Kli badly burned Mary Injured by The flre started in the upper portion of the house from an unknown The children were smothered by The father made a desperate effort to rescue the family but failed to got at his TRU8TATE NEWS IN BRIEF June Pitts burg Plate Glass company has closed UR coal works at Mosgrove tor an in leflnlte June engineer on the steam schoon er Susie lying In the Del aware fell overboard and was June train on the Erie railroad near Ken ton long enough for the crew to notify a farmer that his home was on It had been struck by lightning and was June With rifling her neighbors garden Ernest age of Oarretts is in Jail Constable Jacob Ho baugh alleges the defendant has been hypothecating New June Ruby of Beaver Falls sustained per haps fatal Injuries at He swung aboard a freight his foot slipped and he was dragged sev eral He Is at the hospital June who had Just enlisted In the army at the barracks fell 50 feet to his death on the cement sidewalk from the balustrade on the third story of the building which houses the Ninth June Herman Friedman of Cleveland died suddenly at the Cincinnati club here while at tending a dinner given in honor of her Adolph Friedman of Grand and his Miss Elsie Mabolovitch of this New June vania officials have stationed detect ives along the tracks between here and Youngstown in an effort to cap ture the wouldbe train Cap tain Gastinger of this city ia In charge of the June have been posted at the big plant of the National Tube a subsidiary of the Steel corporation at McKees that the customary vacation of two weeks over the Fourth of JuJj will not be given this June Aubrey Thomas announces that he will recommend his George for the position of postmas ter at to succeed John Camp whose term ex pires next Braden is now county June the Roberts of this city married Arnold of Wellsville to Miss Flora Boothman of Bryan he united the fourth gfceration in one fam He married the grandparents of Miss Boothman and in 1884 united the parents of the June Pennsyl vania which has a round house and shops in this has be gun the manufacture of concrete tel egraph The cross arms are also made of reinforced with me tallic The work is being done under the supervision of MoFad superintendent of bridges and buildings of the Eastern June men were Instantly killed by the fall of a loaded hoist at the building operations on the new Mulberry street The contractors have been rushing work oa the structure and the men were directly beneath the heavily load ed hoUt when it One of the a was terribly crushed about the while Samuel llvtag at wag Wiled by a fracture of the cervical Kodol is the best known prepara tion that is offered to the people to day for dyspepsia or Indigestion or any stomach Kodol all It Is pleasant to It Is sold here by Harry West TAFT TftKINGTIST Leaves Friday for Hot Where He Will Meet His Advisers CHAIRMAN NOT YET SELECTED Clarence who ia btmself particularly to Tafts phys ical well Is making arrange ments for another fine saddle I expect to play golf a good said the I am very fond of the sport and It always puts me In cellent MoCabes Friends Make June of Frank former superintendent of the money order department of the Pittsburg have raised the amount of McCabes acknowledged and the money was turned over to the postofllce Mo Cabes atory to the eftet that the pack age containing was stolen four years ago while he and his little sou went out to see a was exploded when an investigation was made of the records of the fire which showed that there had been no downtown flre that When you need to take something take It promptly for the bul take something yon know to be re1 like Kodol For Dyspepsia and Kodol IB plesant to It la reliable and guaranteed to give It la soli by Harry Secretary That Nothing Will Be Done In That Respect Until He With National Commltteemen at Hot Springs June Secretary William Howard Taft passed the sec ond Sunday after his nomination for the presidency quietly at his K street He was much refreshed after a comfortable and restful nights sleep the first prolonged and adequate rest he has had since his His Charles Taft of arrived in Wash ington and joined the war secretary at his They spent the day and evening Tho coming at this time of Charles Taft waa said to be devoid of special but It Is known that he is hore to confer with the secretary respecting his personal and political Neither Secretary Taft nor his broth er cared to discuss for publication the question of the selection of a national chairman except In the most general No decision has yet been reacto ed and It Is said definitely by the sec retary that none will be announced until after he has conferred further with the subcommittee of the Repub lican national committee on the 8th of Conference at Hot It is very it Is al inost a the subcom mittees meeting with Secretary Taft and Representative James candidate for the vice which was for July 8 in Wash will be held at Hot where the secretary expects to spend the greater part of the I have not determined the matter Taft but my inclination now is to have the conference at the Hot Taft and I hope to leave Washington for Hot Springs next In that event I shall send notice to the mem bers of the subcommittee to meet me That location will be Just as convenient for them as Is Washington and it will be more convenient for The resort selected by Secretary and Taft for their summer out Ing is in the very heart of the Vir ginia on a spur of the Ches apeake and Ohio Accommoda tions have been reserved at the Home stead There the Taft and their Master will be quartered and surrounded with all possible comforts and convenien Their daughter Helen will Join them after a visit to some friends In the Their son Robert will spend most of thft summer in the To Presidential At the Homestead the presidential once occupied by President and Is being placed In read taeu for the Republican standard bearer and his It sev eral spacious beautifully decor ated and handsomely The apartments are located on the first floor of the hotel and command a fine view of the golf links and of the mag nificent Warm Springs valley and the Convenient to the apartments are a telegraph office and long dls tanoe telephone While In Hot Springs Secretary Taft expects that his recreation will con sist chiefly In driving and play Ing One at his saddle horses will Ije sent to Hftt and General Syracuse Vanity June Syracuse varsity crew won the four mile raco for varsity eightoared crews when they headed Columbia by less than one third of a length and Cornell by a bare length at the finish after one of the most hotly contested and mott Interesting contests In the eleven ntatory of collegiate rowing oa Hudson river The time of the winning crew waa 19 34 and onefifth 80 Cut Oft a Clemens June nel WMllam assistant pay master in the United States un derwent a serldlte operation who is a very heavy waa relieved of about 80 pounds weight by the the doctors WM to equalize the portal circulation through tne His la reported as Tucker la a soninlaw of the late Carmaok Beaten June returns from the primary election in thla atate indicate the certain nomina tion of Governor Patterson over former United States Senator Edward Carmaok for Angry Boy June Ike eace of Oeorge age drank carbolic acid and The act at the yeuth followed a quarrel wick the Jnne age of this was found dead in a quarry pond at Delaware The man ia supposed to have fallen into the pond whila trying to recover a coat containing valuable pa pers which he lost in the pool several weeks He brooded over bis June by a boy who wiped it oftwith a rag and set the rag on flre almost caused the destruction of the village of Carbon Halt a block of structures were The loss Is between and The boy Is perhaps fatally In June be hind the big door of the bullpen at the Ohio Fred con victed briber in the Cleveland Trini dad paving began his sen tence of four years for and during his prison term will be known only as He will be employ ed as a Oil Jnne from 13 to 17 years were flaed each far serenading a newly married couple with drums and other nolsemaldng When the bride and groom failed to appear the boys attached ropes to the doorknobs so that the couple could not get out without June superintendent of the Hope Nat ural Oai company for the Kanawha met death at Machpelah Junc just north of by being by a passenger The the ory advanced to account for death Is that heiwas trying to stop the Wain in an effort to get June railroad officials coming from the scene of the wreck near Garrettsvllle report that the derailment was caused by train Investigation showed that all of the spikes had been pulled and the splice bars removed from one The tools with which the work had been done were found beside the KECKS CASH SHOE STORE Now Listen Ladies We are going to have an OXFORD SALE We now commence a great Closing Out Sale of Womens Black You can wear them for three months but our time to sell them is Womans Black Oxfords will be sold so cheap it will be cruelty to your feet not to buy Buy two pairs of them at Just glance over these prices Womens Cross and Queen Quality and Womens and 00 Womens and See These In Our Windows KECKS CASH SHOE STORE   

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