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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JULT 2 CENTS PBR NO THE MAN After Conference With Says Another Will Be Chosen Chairman ItflQ SITUATION IS CONSIDERED lecretary Last Day at Head of War Department Pull of Work and Lays Aside Official In pro offlcla July cess ot sloughing off my This was the laconic description ot his condition given by Secretary Wll liam Taft laat night as he sat In Ms private offlce at the war depart He had been working like a slave during the day in the disposition of more or UBS important department Throughout the day he was im discussion with Governor who today succeeds him as executive kead of the war and with bureau chiefs of the Sev eral Important matters respecting the election situation IB the Pan Hurry and Worry are twin causes of many ail ments that affect the stomach and Keep the diges tion strong and the nerves steady by the timely use of BEECHAMS PILLS SoU In bosei ud SPECIAL THIS WEEK Beginning June will close out our re maining stock of Re frigerators and Ice Boxes at ama nre situation fn Cuba ani administrative details of the wede partment proper were gone The only real political conference he had during the day wa with Rep resentatire Theodore Burton o who presented Tafti name to the Chicago convention to the Burton discussed with the secretary the details ot th convention and the political situation as H has developed since the conven tlon They devoted partlc ular attention to the political con dltlona in Tatts native concerning which he is espec tally At the conclusion o the conference Burton said thai a lumber of questions were consider e4 by Taft and himself concern ing which he could not Vorya Not to Be who has been mention ed In connection with the national chairmanship of the Republican party will be Identified probably with the approaching national campaign In an important as the situa tion Is he will not be the chair man of the I have no In formation at this time on the national chairmanship question beyond that I am quite that all of the wrinkles which now seem to exist will be smoothed out In a few Commenting upon tils interview with Secretary Taft said diplo matically We considered the state of the whole but a little politi cal touch was given the whole Inter I will It developed from the talk with Secretary Taft that Burton may go to Hot Springs for a brief soourn ibout the Secretary Taft and his amlly arrive The secretary said that he and Taft and their aon Charlie would leave Washington next Friday afternoon at J oclock for Springs on a special car over the hesapeake and Ohio He also announced that he had sent out notices to the members of the sub committee of the national committee requesting thorn to meet him at Hot Springs on July 8 to determine the matter of the Republcan national Conrernlni the chair man the secretary said was abso lutely Information that he could communicate to the Peny of Work I shall have plenty to occupy mv said the even nftnr I relinquish my duties at thn war de I am regarding with some concern a great wooden box filled with letters which I shall have to They are in response for the most part to letters and telegrams which I have received concerning my ONEFOURTH OFF You have no idea how cheap you can buy until you ask the v Be sure and come in E Turner The House Nrnisher July state board public grounds and buildings haa actedupon the award oT Over 190 contracts for Nothing was done about the Quay statue lo Union July George age and Charles age were killed In 1 mine of the Bessemer Coke company near by a all ot July Arthur Vorys left last night for where he will confer with Secretary Vorys refused to discuss the chairmanship ot the Republican national July Work age died early last even A few hours later his age also passed There will be a double the bodies being interred in oue TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF July Amstef Jefferson rtonalna wet by a vote of 120 to July board ot pardons met today with j thirtyfour cases to July Bonaven turea college at val ued At lias been destroyed by Upper July the Hotel Gottfried David one Leader Pacific poart Oom of the shot himself through the He was In financial July Edna a young schoolteacher ol Belmont was struck by a freight engine and Instantly killed near July are be ing made to locate Allle un til recently employed at a local His mother Is dying and her only wish la for one last look at her July his left side and arm frightfully elevenyearold Harry Ruth was taken to Memorial the victim of cannon He may July Mlngo John Moore killed Will Kirk with a They quarreled over a game of cards and It la attempted to shoot July Eluding rela who knew ot her Anna wife of an Inventor and drank from a bottle of disinfectant today and died in Bight of her hus band and July Demo oratlo committee hag been called to moet in this city on July 22 for the election of a state chairman and of division The meeting will be the first under the new rules prescribing an election In LABOR LEADERS JAILED rpr Calling Strike Despite Injunction by July 3eorge Lakey and Charles Graa business agents for the carpen ers union in this were sen to thirty days in jail tor viola ion of an Injunction against the call ng of strikes on buildings under con The injunction was issued y Judge Carpenter on behalf of the MearaSlayton Lumbar A similar penalty adjudged against the lefendants on June 1 was set aside y court to permit the introduc ion ot further The defense was that the defendants did not know the Injunction hen the strikes ware iLOOMING UPrSTRONG 1 j Is Opposition to the Injunction Plank Among Conservatives Arriving at Denver BRYAN MAY HAVE HARD FICHT perse Plank Would Handicap the Tlokrt Objects to Throwing Sop to Union July dates for the Ident on the Democrk merous and despite number creased it is oplnloj of the party now hen Gray will Is likely tt before a chl ilthough candl for vice pres tloket arena fact that their be largely In e is actually among leaders jlhat if George iclare his will ingness to accept the locond place on the ticket he can Joglah Mar vel of the manager ofthe Gray presidential will Plttsburg Capitalist July a prominent banker and cap tallst of died suddenly at the home in Grosse Pointe of his George Rhodes was stricken with an acute attack of uraemlc which terminated Rhodes was thirtysix years ot age and is sur vived by two his wife hav ing died here several years ago at the home of her England Protects Persian July foreign offlee has refused the request ot the Persian government that tie political refu gees at the British legation In Tehe ran be handed over to tha local au July B B misses wash juniper dresses w iiite Lawn with Blue or Black ring patterns Also White Polka dotted medium Blue Percale trijnd with White figured Lawn or Chambray Shirt Waist also plain Cham bray Jumper Misses new Wash Coat plain Tan or Similar Coat Suits Blue and Black and Lavcp 4er and Tan and Black Coats strap aide pleated skirt with 5 inch Girla1 4 to 14 Wwh and 800 and and J Fourth Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier A WORLD WONDER SUN THEATER WEEK OF JULY THE NOVEL BABY ALEXANDER Age 30 weight 90 This robust youngster has been claiming mark ed attention all over the Dont fail to see MOTION PICTURES In addition to the Baby our program will include the best in Motion Pictures and the Latest Illustrated ALL WEEK AT THE SUN THEATER GENERAL Admission Saturday lOc c AHrnfHrtii GEOHOB GRAY OF give his He In sists that the Delawareman is a can didate for first place and when it has been settled that he cannot have first place It will be ample time to place him In running for the po provided he cares to take It is well known Bryan would be pleased to have Judge Gray for the vice presidential and the only thing that prevents the latter from becoming a leading candidate is simple but ail powerful fact that he will not declare Himself to be a candidate at Lively Fight It la certain that there will be a strong fight In the committee on reso lutions and possibly on the floor of the convention Itself over the antiin junction Word has come indi rectly from Lincoln that Bryan is In favor of a plank of somewhat radi cal nature and It is certain that such men as national committee man from and Chairman Tag gart of the national committee are strongly opposed to Sullivan gave out a statement in which he favored equal rights before the law and used other expressions of a similar character which were construed to mean that he was op posed to a strong anti In junction Sullivan denies that he Intend ed to convey the impression that he planned to fight the antiInjunction but it is generally believed that he Is against extreme language In this part of the It Is well known that between Bryan and Sullivan and other influential members of the Illinois delegation no particular amount of love Is lost and reports have been circulated that If an antiInjunction plank is adopted more radical in its character than the Illinois people feel that they can ap that the when it comes to balloting for a presidential candi date in the convention will break away from its Bryan Sullivan emphatically denies He said today i Will Stick for We were told to slick for Bryan and we are going to I do not believe that any platform fight can change our present Illinois has no idea of breaking away from her The forces opposed to a radical la bor plank were made stronger by the arrival of Charles Helfner Wash lagton who has the proxy of John the national commit teeman from that Helfner announced emphatically that the Pa cific and particularly the state of was opposed to tha adoption of such a plank as was pre sented at Chicago by Samuel Gompers and other officials of the American Federation of The adoption by our party of such a plank would be transparent sop to union labor and would be repugnant to voters in all sections of the It would be a promise that no lawmaklng body would be willing to It could not help but injure the Democratic ticket at the Helfner believes that the vice presidency will go to the east but waa not ready to say how bis delegation would Littleton Tke coming of Helfner with his statement of the sentiment of the Pa cific coast against the proposed antl Injunotton plank aad the announce meat in the east that Martin Lit Uatoa of Kuw York will come hare to wake a tbAjnwrtlba iuch t iu the jF Jblttffaflr makes this queitlon mtwPt tant under JB said to be pppoo New Jersey and credited York delegation arid the Pacific coast delegations should take a determined stand against It the fight would as sume formidable It Is not believed here that the op position of Sullivan ot Illinois and Taggart of Indiana means that the en tire delegations from those states would oppose Bryans Most of the centraland western and southern It Is will be lined up to support whatftver program Bryans friends Indiana Man for July Ever oad ot who was a at the Falrvlew residence of William Bryan declared that he is not for John Kern of his state for vice John Mitchell should be he to prove to the labor Unions that the Demo cratic party is the true friend of The Democratic party haa always been the friend of labor and with a strong antiInjunction plank In the platform and John Mitchell for vice president there could be no doub about this In the mind of any said I love as do all of the delegates from my but we be lieve that Bryan would have an many votes from Indiana without him as with him on the Bveroad declared that the party platform will contain a strong anti injunction This will be about the same that proposed by President Samuel Gompers of the Fed eration of be Mr IBreroad expects Bryan to carry John Love ot general organiser of the plumbers was V visitor at He Insisted there was no significance to be at tached to his MCLELLANS TITLE CLEAR Judge Dtelares He Was Legally Elect ed Mayor of New New July deorge McClellans title to the office of mayor of New York city was made etoar by decision of Justice In the supreme court when ha ordered a Jury to render a verdict that Mc Cteftan was dufy elected mayor in Hearst has been contest ing the mayors right to the office practically ever since the election and as a result of his charges ot fraud In the original count ot ballots the legis lature paased a law enabling a re Attorney General Jackson then Instituted quo warranto proceedings on behalf of the In which both Hearst and Mayor McCiellan were named ai The recount Mayor McCiellan with a plurality of whereupon Clarence representing alleged that the ballot had been stuffed and requested the i court to throw out the entire vote of 112 election districts In which he1 charged that the ballots found In the boxes exceeded the number of regis tered was based on an Incorrect list ot and when the correct list was produced Shearn said that the registration greater than the poll In every dis puted Justice Lambert de clined to throw out the contested dis Shearn then charged that the Inspectors had registered an ex number of but ha could not prove July Congressman James Republican candi date for vice who Is recov eringfrom a ten days Illness leave for his home In Sherman has al most entirely recovered his July William candidate for president on the Republican has given his personal assurance to Congressman Kennedy of this district that he will do all in his power to have the na tional and state campaign opening held July Gov ernor Dawson writes from that he can almost dally wit ness Improvement in his condition has gained three pounds in a sleeps and rests He says he Is coughing but his heart is In fine shape and he hu no InChamorro New July The American Bible society announces that it has completed and published a transla tion ot a considerable portion of the Scriptures into the Chamorro lan This Is the native language of about fourfifths ot the population ot the Island of ceded to the Unit ed States attar the Spanish The publication of this volume is practi cally the creation ot a written lan guage for this aa it is the first time that dialect hu been Mi bodied lu written July United States District Judge Stater has dlsaorred the temporary restraining order which had been obtained by the Clifton Springs Distilling company against Internal Rerenue Collector Bettman and the augers under preventing the en forcement of the new rules for the branding of distilled WRECK ON NEW LINE One Killed and Two Fatally Injured by Engine Running July One man was two fatally injured and two badly hurt when a construction train on the new Lima and Toledo line ot the Ohio Electric company waa wrecked between Deshler and Bett The dead Charles Shtedley of Lelp Fatally injured James Penney ot both legs cut off Harry Mc Donald of Seriously hurt Hugo con and Carl both of BIG FEEBLE MIND Murderer Transferred From Pen to Reform July nix years imprisonment In the Ohio pen itentiary Danny the youngest prisoner ever behind the walla of the has been transferred to the Mansfield reform atory on approval ot Governor Har Rosenbecker was received at the penitentiary at the age of twelve to serve a tarm of twenty years for man He was sent up from His committed in shocked the whole The boy murdered a younger companion and mutilated him with a even cut ting out his Hiding the corpse In a brush Roseubecker claimed whan the body was found that a dog had killed the Slaoe he has been in the peniten tiary has grown to be feet talt but hia mind has not with his MernileWants to Go 0ola survivor of the five Esquimaux brought to America la 1885 by Com mander Robert wants to go back to the land of who is has been refused pass age back to Greenland by New Church Member Shot to July age angered by taunts of young men because he Joined a shot and killed Fred age said today I am sorry about Koch he was not a Chris tian and has gone to THIEF MAKES BIG HAUL Hobs Diamond Dealer of Worth of Unmounted Gems July a buyer employed by Stern wholesale In the Columbus Memorial 103 State has reported to the police that he either lost or was robbed of a sack containing worth of unset dia Powell claimed that he had pur chased the diamonds a short time pre viously and had entered the Columbus Memorial building with the Intention ot turning them over to hla em Powell declared that he was positive he bad the diamonds in his possession when he entered the build He said that he bad two bags of one containing worth ot the gems and the other 000 and that he carried one sack in either inside pocket of his The police are inclined to be lieve that Powell may have been the victim of pickpockets before entering the Mexican Insurgents and Sol diers Fight and Lone Vic tim Is NonCombatant UNCLE SAM STRETCHES THE LAW To Aid President Diaz In Suppressing Have No It la to Arroat Flee ing Acron El July flrat rev elutlonary outbreak in the republic ot Mexico beyond the borders Ot Coa huila occurred this morning 4 when the garrison at seventy miles west of this waa attacked by a band ot who ware with a loaa of one killed and one According to a dispatch received hare from tha river from Juan the Itoxlcan arrived there from Palomaa bearing dlapatohna to hie government concerning the It began a bomb was thrown into tha telegraph thua shutting off In the fight which followed several hundred shots wero flred and many bombs thrown at that headquarters of the Owing to the tact that the bombs were illtimed the officers were abla to throw them away before they ex thus saving the building and their own The fight lasted an after which the attacking party fled to the One but it seems that he waa a One revolutionist seriously wounded and He speaks good English and the Mexi can authorities think he la a native of New July mili tary forces are now in service for the enforcement of the neutrality laws along the Mexican General commanding the department ot has reported to the war de partment that directions already have been given for the dispatch of four troops of cavalry to Del The employment of American troops for this purpose Is almost without precedent and the law offices of the war as well as the at torney have been obliged to give close study to the question of ex tent to which they may exercise the power of preventing persons entering the Under the law no passports are required except in the caae Chinese and and about the only other reasonable ground for de tentlon ot seeking to cross the line would be some presumable violation of the Immigration or health Inspection So it will be a eate task for the army officers who are charged with the duty of policing this International boundary line to avert clashes with the civil courts If they undertake to make arrests ot per sons fleeing from Mexico into the United July Ha tutd young companion named KauSman were drowned in the JunlaU river near Ryde station The boys were swimming In the river and the Altoona getting beyond hla young Kauffman went his Both went July Three hours after release from jail here Oscar who was charged tke theft of a pocketbook belonging Miss May was married to the complaining witnasji After the incar ceration of Grooms facts came to light which showed that the purse had been carried out of the girls room by a child and July a quar which nearly precipitated a riot at a village outside this David shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Darwin It is alleged that Bpence shot twice at him in shoul Murphy with Bpence and secured his He then shot the deputy through the 4 f 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 Oxfords 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 Wonaeijli and and See These In pur Windows   

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