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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED 1897 JULY 2 CENTS PBft GTO IlpNTER Of Fight in Convention Which May Have FarReaching Consequences TEST OF NEBRASKANS POWER Convention Transfers Pennsylvania Contests to Credentials cornmlttee In Which Bryan Is Absolute Oil Magnate Protests In July possibility of a revolt by delegates not in sympathy with the Bryan control of the Demo cratic national convention against the parliamentary practices employed by officers of the convention in sending the Pennsylvania controversy to the committee on credentials Is the one left to the allied opposition to Bryans This opposi tion is proceeding on the belief that the committee on credentials will re port against the delegates from Philadelphia In favor of the elec tion ot Colonel James Quffey for national in which event a minority report will be The first test of antiiBryan SPECIAL THIS WEEK r 1 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 youj ask the Be sure and come in Turner The House furnisher July B B shelf emptying silks When fine Silks are cut with the same ruthlessnesa as inexpensive wash goods its proof conclusive ot tho determination behind the Thats whats done at this Shelf priced that were 75c to Jfot all lines nor all but all surplus lots and broken of yards of the seasons choic est Said would make this Shelf Emptying Sale break all words in price advan tages get hwe and see oar fax is insignificant compared to money BOQGS will occur over the adoption of the rnport of the committee on cre dentials and It promises to be the bit terest of the Should It be decided against the Bryan some of whom hare announced a purpose to railroad the Pennsylvania leader out of the In accordance with the expressed wish of the Nebraska unquestionably It will en courage the opposition to Bryan to renewed to defeat him for the presidential No soon er had the convention adjourned than the antiBryan men began to gather to discuss the A Rallying At several of these Informal con ferences the consensus of opinion was that the GufteyBryan ftght furnished an Issue on which the antiBryan men could take their stand and supplied the rallying ground that has been needed In order to concentrate their It was asserted by antiBryan men that the refusal of Temporary Chairman Bell to recognize the de mand of Guffey men for a rollcull on the question of sanding tha Pnniisyl vanla case to the credentials commit tee has brought to them mmy recruits and that ndrled o the force that has been agafnaf Bryan on all other promises victory for Colonel On the the Bryan men clnlm to have Onlunol Guffeys scalp already at tha belt of their dtnl dtwlnio that they are not worried In the Much Is Uelni made by the men of the dirfaronces which Bryan has had with such men as Roger Sullivan of John Me Graw of West Virginia and certain of the Democratic leaders of Ten Michigan and other They profess to believe that the delegations from these states are anxious to administer a rebuke to Bryan for his alleged Interference with the state delegations In select their representatives In the con rentlon after the states themselves had declared In favor of the nomina tion of the Should the antiBryan men prove to be correct In their estimate of the situation Bryan without doubt be defeated in his attempt to overturn Guffey In Clear Road for It Is not unlikely that a contest over this issue would engender the bitter Wnd of feeling and have an Important bearing on the vote of the convention after candidates have been placed In nomination for the It Is conceded that If Colonel Guffey should he which would be the re sult of seating the antiGuffey delega tion from that would end the opposition to Bryan and all of the fighting practically would be taken out of the antiBryan The Ne braskans friends then will be given a clear road to the adoption of whatever character of platform they favor and no showing whatever would be made against him for the nomination for first place on tfya Should the Bryan men be so dis posed they could dictate also the nom ination for the vice Gossip Aver the candidacies for vice presi dent has been completely overshad owed by the events of the day and thwe Is little change In the There are nearly a hundred men In the Such leaders as found time to gfve attention to the vice presiden tial situation seemed to think that the BryonGuffey having become a national convention that there is little hope left of the nomination of a conservative eastern Democrat on the ticket with The feel ing was that there Is such grave dan ger of the alienation of the conserv ative wing of the party that no man representing that wing would consent to being Gracefully July Senor Rlcardo Arias has resigned as secretary of for eign In an Interview he said The reasons for my resignation as secretary are the same which prompted my resignation as candidate for tha a desire for the union of tho political so that may prevail In the republic and Intervention be HITCHCOCK THE MAN He Is Chosen to Conduct Campaign for Taft and Hot July exec utive committee of the Republican na tional committee will meet here today and from present Indications there will only be a brief at which Frank Hitchcock will be elected chairman and Representative McKln ley of Illinois will be made treasurer of the national Senator Hemenway and Represent ative Watson representing the Fairbanks section Representative McKlnley of who had charge of the Cannon and Repre sentative Burke of who represented the Knox say that they have no objections to Hitch In the case of McKJnley there is but one sentiment and that is In his favor for the office of McKinley has long been consid ered for the but as he is treasurer of the congressional com mittee It was for some time supposed the opposition to having him leave that work would operate against his But that objection has been overcome by the proposition that ho Is to be treasurer of both Trotting Horse Driver Kansas July Curry of known all over the United States as a driver of trotting and pacing Is July of his alleged failure to return a diamond ring loaned him by a young Harry James of East Brady has been arrested on Information made at Blairs j Keep Your Eye On This Space For Saturday Specials Abe Hesse The Leading Clothier NORTH A WORLD WONDER SUN THEATER WEEK OF JULY THE NOVEL BABY ALEXANDER Age weight 96 This robust pmngster 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 Extra Attraction Keynote Sounded at Denver Rings With Sentiment of William Bryan NATIONAL CONVENTION MEETS After Temporary Organization to Ef fected Resolutions In Honor of Qro ver Cleveland Are Adopted and Ad journment Taken for the July cheers from ten thousand with the swell of political oratory and the Inspiring spectacle of a vast multitude of peo the Democratic national conven tion began its The ses lasting a little more than two was more notable for Its Ira presalva magnitude and spectacular ef fects than for the business accom It the oppor DAVID R tunlty for the awakening echoes of convention the keynote speech of th temporary presiding offi Theodore Bell of a heated skirmish incidental to the contest In the Pennsylvania delega tion and finally a unanimous tribute of homage andrespect to the memory of the late Grover But the enthusiasm of the opening session was comparatively intermittent and without that long sustained and frenzied clamor which is still reserved for the The day was devoted chiefly to the primary formalities and the commit tees appointed are now at work per fecting the permanent organization to be presented Meantime the con vention hosts chafe over the two days delay which must intervene before their great purpose is the nomination of a presidential candi The tide of Bryan sentiment sweeps gathering force as it pro ceeds and the chorus of Bryan Is well nigh With it Is a steadily swelling undercurrent for the nomination of George Gray ot Delaware as vice and this at first has now assumed a definlteness which prom ises to merge It soon with the seem ingly overwhelming current moving toward Packed to the It was a stirring scene which spread before Chairman with uplifted he sought to bring or der out of the confused babel of sound and The splendid amphithea decorated with flags and was packed to Its utmost limits with a dense and seething mass of Below in the central arena sat the just two more than an even and back of them the one thousand two thou sand the real with the des tinies of the party in their Flanking them and sweeping around the hall were the long lines of expectant rising tier on tier and gallery on solid the brightness of the women in their gay costumes vying with the splen dors of Old which hung at every Here and there among this bewil dering throng stood out the notable groups of Immediately In front and tinder the presiding officers eye were ranged the Nebraska delega bronzed sons of the headed by the cowboy the personal spokesman of Well In front were the New York with Chief cold and Impene and Judge rather se rious Further Colonel Quffey was the smiling center of his Pennsylvania and near him James who Is struggling to dis place Quffey and take up the leader Notables on the IHInolB was to the left with the rotund Roger Sullivan to the Further back Tom the fight ing mayor of moved among bit adtejents until the eavel him to his place nmong the distinguished guests upon the Near him there sat a notable vener able Senator Daniel of a type of the oldtime with the vice presidential candidate and and the waspy Congressman Sulzer of New With the Virginians could be seen Governor with Nevada Gov ernor Dlckerson and Senator New with Kentucky Senator Me with Missouri Senator Stone and occasionally exGovernor Dockery and the redoubtable Champ with Idahos former Senators Dubois and with the Johnson was poorly placed In the while Delaware with the Gray forces was better off In the right Off to the left the presi dents Alice Roosevelt In fetching gown and Lady Gay Spanker hat with flowing smiled from one of the and from another box looked out the daughter of the Nebraska Ruth Bryan beaming as she awaited the naming of her father for the On the were many representatives of foreign young Viscount de Cham brun of Kroupfsky of Rus Chartores of England and the ministers of Belgium and Storm of Wild The Initial outburst of enthusiasm came just as the session was when a silken banner fcearlng tho por trait of Bryan was Imme diately there was a storm of wildap which died away after half a minute of explosive The appearance of the temporary pre siding Bell of was another signal for enthusiastic out He came forward amid the storm of tall and but rather Immaculate for one of the un with silkfronted Prince Al bert resplendent with convention medals and watch giving the appearance of a decorated In farcarrying voice and easy gesture he delivered the opening ad a full hour with resound on the righting of public punctuated with yells as some phrase tickled the fancy of the It was noticeable that great applause came from the delegates at Bells im passioned declaration that the writ of injunction shall not be turned Into an Instrument of Again there was uproarious applause as he ar raigned Republican campaign contri butions without a cash Pennsylvania Starts After referring to Taft as a bi sected candidate and demanding but one man in the white house at a time1 he adroitly turned his speech In a panegyric for the refer I ence to the Nebraska leader bringing I forth a tumultuous I The appointment of committees was i quickly disposed For a moment the Pennsylvania row threatened to throw the assembly Into wild confu That state presented two sets of officers representing the two con testing Ollle James of Ken voicing the Bryan endeavored to refer the flght to the credentials Against this Colonel Guffey and his pale and gesticulating sought to interpose a But It was of no For a time pandemonium And then the smoothrun ning machinery consigned the question to the credentials where Bryans adherents are and the Guffey forces full of wrath and Judge Parker to the The presentation of resolutions of respect to the memory of Cleveland brought to the front two notable fig Parker of New the Democratic candidate of four years and Governor Francis of one of the surviving members of the Cleveland The resolu tions as adopted emanated from Bryans friends and were presented by Dunn of who will make the nominating speech for They were no sooner read than shouts of Parker showed the generous temper of the comventlon to ward the former Judge Par ker was prevailed upon to mount the where with resonant voice he read his own resolutions of tribute to closing with a tact ful concession to the Bryan forces by seconding the resolutions presented by Governor Franciss tribute to his former chief breathed the spirit of personal association and deep admira With the adoption of the resolu tions the convention adjourned for the Permanent Organization The committee on permanent organ ization on motion of Governor Folk of Missouri selected Henry Clayton of Alabama as permanent chairman of the For the other offices the temporary selections were made with the addition of Mitchell of who was named as an assistant present ing the name of Clayton Governor Folk said he had intended to offer the oame ot Champ but on being shown a letter from Bryan in which the desire was expressed that Clayton occupy the chair he glad ly assented to Bryans Evening Reoonfwant SllJlONOS President Pays Farewell Vlatt to Arctic Exploration Ship i Roosevelt HANDS OUT FAREWELL JOLLY shaking hands with the president and bidding him fare said Its ninety or the north pole or bust this Pres The Roosevelt weighed anchor at and steamed out of the She will stop at New and then proceed to where Commander Peary will rejoin the After Her Nose Pointed i the Famous Vessel Leaves Anchorage at Oyster Bay Bound for the Frozen j Oyster July what a ttne remarked President Roosevelt as he approached the steamer Roosevolt lying at anchor near the presidents yacht Sylph In Oyster Bay Commander Robj ert the Arctic ex who was at his agreed with the president and thanked htm for the It was shortly after 3 oclock when the Sylphs launch steamed around the stern and along the port side of the On board the little craft were President and Commander and and Quentlnj the presidents son several guests and Lieutenant Commander Roger Williams ot President dressed In white was the first to scram ble up the Roosevelts Then came Commander They assist ed the ladles the inspection of the exploring craft Captain Bartlett of the Roosevelt and Herbert secretary of the Peary Arctic received them on Captain Bartlett made apologies to the president for the appearance ot the saying she did not quite come up to the navy Dont care what she replied its what she Commander Peary escorted the party Into the deckhouse and to his cabin on the starboard side There they flaw meny a piano and mechan ical player and a The explorer told them that from these things the members of the expedition would derive amusement during the trip and besides they would help to entertain the natives of the far visitors then inspected Captain Bartletts quarters on the opposite side of the The president insisted upon going down the ladder into the engine room and seeing everything there waa to be When he came up he was wip ing perspiration from his Climb ing upon the forecastle deck the presi dent found the crew of the Roosevelt lined He was introduced to each As he grasped succes sively the hands of the sailors be had something definite to say to Im glad to meet you and I hope youll reach the he said to Im glad to see you hero today you have a very brave he ex claimed to another as he grasped his powerful hand and shook it Commander Peary said his last goodby to the president as Roose velt was about to go over the side into the He shook hands with the saying that hunting the pole is Inasmuch as I cannot go along with you said the all I can do is to wish that all good luck may go with I feel confident that you will get there this time If It Is possible to do so If you do the best you Captain 13 Adams Jury Grand July the jury completed nine ot whom aro taking of testimony began in the trial of Steve accused of assassinating Arthur mine during the strike trouble in Judge Shaokleford the application of tho defense to have the state eunimon Adamss witnesses by allowing for the At torney Hilton objected to the admis sion of Adamss alleged confession on which the states case Is The court permitted reference to the con fetslon in the prosecutors opening art but withheld decision as to UM BRIEF Oil July play Ing on a trapeze fif teen years became entangled in the straps and was choked to July Prudle age Is dead due to burns received by an explosion of a lamp at her home in Rush July While bathing In the reservoir of the Atlan tic Crushed Coke company near New Derry John age was seized with cramps and Payette July Revenue Collector Faulk of Mononga hela closed two clubs here and dis trained the The clubs had re fused to pay the 125 government New July may order coffin for called Claude twentyone years to his mother as he left the A few minutes later She found him writhing on the ground hear the He told her ho had swallowed car bolic He died before physicians could be Bad Blood shows itself in a muddy com eye loss of and eral Bad blood is impoverished poor and thin to furnish nourishment to the nerves and vital by their beneficial action on the system will purify the blood 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