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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JULY 2 CENTS PER DECLlSTfiE Frank Kellogg Said to Have Refused the Republican Chairmanship MAKES CALL AT SAGAMORE HILL Where Lengthy Conference Is Held With President Re linquishes War Office and Luke Wright Is Sworn In as New July a day of gossip concerning the chairmanship of Uie Republican national committee it Is learned definitely that Frank Kellogg Is out of the In he has never voluntarily taken There were rumors that Kellogg had been decided upon and the fact that he took luncheon with President Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill was con strued as strengthening this When seen at his hotel Kellogg had nothing to say regarding the re but it was learned that during the conference at Oyster In which tne Kg Hogg Na Danas Musica Institute OHIO The oldest School of Music In North Fine dormitories for Music taught in all its Terms Write for 64page cata logue to JUN1US 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 Mistier B B little things for the fourth Things to wear and things to take with you on the out New Rib Hair Orna Picnic Separate Wash White Petticoats for tWomen or Outing or Negligee iWash Ath letic Out ing Straw or Outing Outing Suits for Men or Picnic Picnic Wood Basebal and Tennis and things of like nature for a dayy Woment White Ltwn Shirt Pivnfa Dresses Lace trimd trimd i tlonal gbtnmltteeman WlHTam Wara or Now York Kelloggs name was tentatively In Im pressing upon his political friends that bltt name must not be further consid Kelloggs position as counsel for the government In the Standard Oil and other prosecutions Is in itself held by him sufficient to preclude his se lection as the manager ot Secretary Tails It was said that this was the strongest argument presented against Kelloggs choice by him Of the specific purpose of the Oyater Bay conference and what mat ters other than present were dis cussed none of thoae who took part would say July a con ference with Arthur Vorys of Ohio lasting two hours and a half Secretary Taft said You can say absolutely definitely that the chairmanship of the Republi can national committee has not yet been You can that no announcement of a decision as to the chairmanship will be made until after I have conferred at Hot next Wednesday with the sub committee of the national I hope this Is sufficiently definite and that my statement will be The Interview was held In the lib rary of Tafts residence on K Its results were awaited by a score of newspaper men and personal friends of but beyond the statement by Taft above quoted no Information was Vorys went to New York and thence will go directly to arriving there some time Tafts resignation as secretary of war became effective at midnight and for a period of twelve hours the American government was without a secretary of Governor Wright took tho oath as secretary of war In the secretarys reception room Just at noon in the presence of many distin guished officials of the war establish ment and personal Taft was the first to grasp his hand and wish him The Incoming and re tiring secretaries then held an infor mal reception of the officials and em ployes of the the recep tion constituting a fireetlnn to Secre tary Wright and a farewell to Secre tary RECOMMENDS ROAD From Washington to Gettysburg as Lincoln July magnificent highway extending from this city to a distance of seventy two as a national memorial to Abraham is the recommenda tion made by James sec ond assistant postmaster general and formerly a to the Abraham Lincoln Memorial McClearys recommendation is contained in a pre liminary report to the of which he Is a In 1905 McCleary was sent as the special rep resentative of the commission to Eu rope to study the great national me morials of the different He gathered facts In regard to memorial buildings and and his recommendation Is the result of these The Abraham Lincoln Memorial commission was appointed by congress and consists of Senator Wetmore of Rhode chairman the secretary of the secretary of Repre sentative McGall of for mer Representative James Richard son of Tennessee and An appropriation of was pro vided for the work of this MAKES THRILLING ESCAPE Captured American Fish Tug Canadian July fishing tug Roy of this which was seized last Thursday by Canadian fish eries officers of while al leged to be fishing In Canadian has here after a thrilling es cape from the Canadian The tug after the seizure was first taken to South Manltoulln and the crew there placed under ar Monday the officer started for Sault with the tug Endress towing the Late that night the Roy went aground on Fox Island The Canadians could not release her with the En dress and left for Fllton to secure a larger Captain George Whltten and the American crew of the Roy im mediately went to work shifting bal succeeded in working the tug oft the reof and started for American arriving here after a stop at Letout for coal and Captain Whltten denies that he was fishing in Canadian The Canadian officer left all of his papers and effects on the Roy and they are now In charge of the customs officers KNOCK FOLLOWS BOOST Senator Foraker Pays Respects to Roosevelt and July for the personality of William Re publican nominee for and criticism for him In that he favors the Roosevelt policies formed part of a speech delivered by United States Sen ator Foraker before the chamber of commerce In this The occa sion was what has been termed re employment or sunshine Senator Foraker declared that the business de pression had been caused by the Sher man antitrust law and the Hepburn railway rate law and that it was being continued by the promise of tariff re In speaking of the future he referred to Taft as a in character is all that could be de and he was interrupted by When the applause had ceased he continued But unfortunately there is one fatal weakness in the candidate In that he favors a continuance of the socalled Roosevelt of which we have already had far too Frank Monnett Will Argue Before Platform Committee for Injunction Plank TO PRESENT THE LEGAL POINTS Roger Sullivan of Illinois Says John Mitchell Can Have That States Vote I for Vice Presidential Towne Seei Bryifii July Is regarded as the very latestjndlcatlon that Bryan does not contemplate changing his poittlon on the injunction question to meet the Ideas of the conservatives was brought to town by Frank Mon Republican attorney general ot Ohio from 1896 Monnett was In Bryan at as of which he tiaya he will Bryans Indorse ment In appearing before the resolu tions committee the convention to state the legal and1 political reasons Big Balloon Breaks July Count Zeppelin has outdistanced all vrorld records for steerable He remained in the air for twelve traversed the greater part of Northern Switzerland and Zu Wlnterthur and attain ing an average speed throughout of thirtyfour miles an His airship displayed splendid qualities dTflgl bllity and answered the slightest movement of the while its sta bility was quite up to the greatest ex Cant Stop Sunday July judges of the Wayne circuit court have de clined to tiisiie on petition of several local ministers an order requiring Po lice Commissioner Smith and Superin tendent of Police Downey to show cause why a mandamus should Issue directing them to stop Sunday The judges say they have no Jurisdiction under the statute to grant the relief Judge Roh nert said If the mandamus should be granted in this case I do not see what is to a mandamus stop ping every street on JULY 4 Saturday Specials Mens Summer Coats and Pants at Half Price See Our Windows Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier I A WORLD WONDER SUN THEATER WEEK OF JULY THE NOVEL BABY ALEXANDER Age 30 weight 96 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 the Latest Illustrated Songs ALL WEEK AT THE N THEATER GENERAL Admission Saturday IQc CHARLES why the injunction plank should pledge the to an amendment of the law in these three particulars to prevent the issuing of the writ of injunction in Industrial disputes except after notice to defendants and full hearing to permit trial before a judge than the issued the to allow a lnv where the alleged contempt Is com mitted outside the presence ot the That Bryan has heretofore taken his stand on an injunction plank containing these elements is the state ment of Monnett and the fact that Bryan requested Monnett to urge their acceptance by the resolu tions committee is taken by the Ohloan to mean Bryan will be satisfied with nothing In Touch With Having recently been the legislative attorney in Ohio for the Brotherhood of Railway Engineers and as well as having close con tact with labor views through his le gal connection with the mliara and brlckmakers in the Hocking valley strike of last Monnett said that he Informed Bryan that Roosevelts majority from the industrial centers In Ohio and in Pennsylvania was given because la bor believed President Roosevelt was with particularly on the Injunc tion This independent Monnett named he surely go to an Independent can didate should one be put In the field In the event the Democratic party failed to pledge Itself in positive lan guage on this is ot the opinion that while the labor element of the country is asking for jury trial and hear ing before another that the question of notice Is the vital part of the and that assurance of this much of the demand by the Democrats would be more nearly satisfactory to labor than Is the declaration of the Chicago Vital Provision The history of the Injunction Monnett was what Bryan was most anxious should be given the resolutions committee In In complying with this request Mon nett said he contemplated going fully Into the legal history of the question as well as the He intends to emphasize that the vital essential of notice was eliminated from the law in 1874 without legislative authority at the hands of a codifying commission and undoubtedly The political history of the question which Monnett will present to tha committee will bring Secretary Taft Into the On this point Mon fcett said today In February last Thomas na tional organizer for the miners or wrote Secretary Taft ask ing for his views on the three de mands of labor on the Injunction ques trial by Jury and change of Taft is on record In re BPOIIBB to this letter and this response was received with great enthusiasm by the miners of Ohio and Pennsylva nia and accounts for the Taft dels gates from this The response stated that the secretary waa in favor ot restoring tlie federal statute as it existed prior to 1874 that he recog nised that M tho law now stands an attorney lor a coal mining a rtUroad company or other large cor poration having an industrial Plaint could make such a jarte cpmplylug with ill necessary and legft to entitle him to an Immediate n without neUca tUat there1 left 91 an fewest court but comply with the statute and grant the temporary tha secretary further had caused great Injustice In many Instances to the who had no day In court prior to the Issuing of the Injunction and were wholly without knowledge that the Injunction had been issued until they were hauled Into court on contempt Monnett appears to be thorough ly Impressed with the Importance of the Injunction Issue and predicts that It has already become the vital ques tion for the consideration of the Dem ocratic Monnett explained that his trip to Denver was on his own account at his own Roger national commit teeman from announces that his state may have a candidate for the vice presidency In John Sullivan said that Mitchell would not be declared a candidate unless he was willing to make the race for the nom If he will be a candidate he will have the solid backing of which will make a strong fight for The mailer will determined after Mitchells arrival OB Bryan Has No Allies to Claiming a victory on the flrst bal but overlooking no possible chance to make their the followers of Bryan have beeu watching for any move on the part of Ms rivals that would compel him to go slnglehanded against the as Tnft was obliged to show his strength in the early stages of the Chicago convention against the com bined forces of the The of the per sonal representatives of Judge Gray and Qovernor the only can didates who are now expected to enter the race against has failed to disclose any common ground of agree ment between The Gray mana gers asserted that they had no Inten tion ofentering into coalition the followers of Governor Johnson and had not received from or made to any overtures for a combina The same disclaimer of a de sire to pool issues was made by the Johnson July Towne of New York was a visitor at Towne is an avowed candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for vice as well as an oldtime personal friend of At the conclusion of the Interview Bryan said that he had been glad to Bee Towne admitted to newspaper men that his candidacy as well as the platform had formed the main topics of Garman Calls on New York is the logical state to furnish the vice presidential nomi said The public to realize of Democrats there are in Northern New I am not surprised at the declination of Judge Gray to be men tioned for vice I have ex pected it What will be done with the antlln junctlon plank at Denver Towne was It should be a strong that does not The laboring man will be John a delegate from the Eleventh Pennsylvania paid his respects to Garman was chairman of the state central committee In News that Judge Gray would not accejit the vice presidential nomination did not dis please the I dont believe is the strong est man we could said Bryan found time to hand out a dollar to a caller who bore the marks of boxcar trarel and lack of regular Miller of Cleveland was the name the visitor gave and he declared he was a member of a reception com mittee in Cleveland one time when the Nebraskan was entertained I am said standing on the porch and looking be seechingly at the Democratic candi I thought was the Will this help you out any he asked as he slipped a dollar into the hand of the needy July a gen eral order issued by General John commanding the national the governors troop of Harrls burg and Company D ot the Kighth are announced as the detail for provost duty prelim inary to the Gettysburg TBISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Martina July Has Itins Glass employing nearly will resume operations In a July states disbursements last month were the largest Iri reaching of which was for July Amer ican Gas company has brought a good gas well on the Saul farm near This their first flnd in that July Cleveland American league club has closed a deal for the purchase of Pitcher Ed ward Foster of He will report July July Harry Leon a wellknown comedian and vaude ville died la a here from a complication of I He was fortyeight years of Leon ard wrote and appeared In Hogans July in a private Representative James Republican vice presidential accompanied by Shor man and a left Cleveland tais morning at 8 oclock for his home July body of a middleaged evi dently an was found in the woods near Nay Aug park with a bul let hole in the The police say the man was slain at a nearby Italian Ford July ers on the midway at the Eagles street fair here were thrown Into a panic by a mad It dashed Into the crowd on the AH were able to escape Us The animal was finally July state board of pardons heard twentytwo Including applications for com mutation for aiz and ad journed until when the list will be No decisions will be rendered before this July Thomas a is living in tho Har rlsburg hospital eight wounds In his He was found myste riously Physicians say his vi tality IB remarkable considering the perforations of his July age forty and was killed in the Jamison mine at Crabtreo by a fall of Gust age was killed at Blue Rock stone quar ries near Mechanlcsburg by being struck on the head by a July demand for box and refrigerator cars Is so brisk that IB shortof In order to get these cars Into service a number of who wero temporarily suspended at the car shops here some time have been sent VERBAL LEASE Butler County Oil Mans For tune Depended Wholly Upon Word of Mouth GUSHER REWARDS HIS EFFORTS Samuel Schaffner Drills In Gusher oii Ground to Which He Held No Other Title Than Verbal Agreement With Former July Schalt owner of the second gusher tit the McBride oil which la putting COO barrels a day Into the dou ble the flow of the Harry Hoffman gusher brought in six weeks like a soldier ot Schaffner is a drilling He got what now proves to be a bo nanza lease on the Patterson farm for a song and holds It now because of the sheer honesty ot men who held the real Utie to the Three yeara ago the owners ot the Patter son lease employed Schaffner to drill a It was agreed that It the well made two barrels or more he was to be paid for the If it made less Schaffner wad to take the well and the The well made quarters of a Schaffner waa given the entire lease now worth but by verbal Harry Hoffman was pumper tor Hoffman was sure the loca tion on the Patterson well was la the wrong Schaffner did not agrea with Hoffman bided his and when he had gotten money to gether by selling his small farm and mortgaging his furniture and his own drilled the Dodda farm which proved a Schaffner then got He had nothing but aword ofmouth title to the Patterson but he located a well next to the Dodds sixtyfive feet from the Hoffman and led the race to tap the He did not think ft signed lease was necessary and it A few days before Schaffners gush er came in members of the which really owned the Patterson lease actually went to Schaffner and offered to make his title sure by put ting it into This waa done In face of the fact that cear by a well was apouttng a day and the Schaffner well looked to be a sure LorenzoDaw superintendent of public schools and superintendent ot the Stout training school of was elected president of the Na tional Educational Westminster College NEW PENNSYLVANIA I A coeducational institution maintaining a high standard of scholarship in all Three collegiate arranged as to take full account of the life purpose of the A special fouryear preparatory along the same qualifying for admission to the Freshman class of the best Special courses in Art and LOCATION New Wilmington Is a charming village located in the beautiful Shen augo nine miles from New Pure healthful environ ment and abundant supply of spring water of known KQUIPMKNT Eicht modern and wellequipped with ample accommodations for four hundred The lab oratory and classroom equipment Is of the latest and most approved A wellchoseu faculty of experi enced sufficiently large to cover 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